Friday, February 26, 2010

Roger Thomas Does The Oscars!

Rendering by Jeffrey Schneider

Roger Thomas, my fellow Las Vegas designer and hospitality designer par excellence has been tapped to deck out this years Oscar Awards , Architectural Digest Greenroom! Thomas single handedly revamped Las Vegas style with such properties as The Golden Nugget, Mirage, Bellagio, Wynn, and Encore among many others all over the world.

He brought sophistication, class and distinction to a world formerly filled with plastic afrontery. Las Vegas owes much of its succes over the past twenty to Thomas and his muse Steve Wynn. I am so thrilled to see AI tapping into his incredible talent. Congratulations Roger - it's about time!

6 comments:

Donna, The Decorated House said...

Hi Jackie~
Congrats to your friend Roger. I will go search and see his work....

but I got sidetracked by the incredible interior rendering by Jeffrey Schneider that you showed! Wow!

Have a great weekend, Donna

Beadboard UpCountry said...

Good for him!!!!!That's great news.
Looks like this years will be a great show....Maryanne:)

Michelle said...

Wow...now that's a rendering!! For those who doubt that a picture is worth a thousand words...I mean dollars. What a great way to sell a concept. I'm bringing out my watercolours today...thanks for the inspiration, and the kind comments on my blog Jackie. We definately need to talk.

Best,
Michelle

Ideezine said...

Jackie,

Inspiration is such a gift. It's really needed these days among many. People have become heavy hearted and discouraged and need to learn from the masters how to inspire themselves and change things. Great post! Very inspirational!

Bette

La Petite Gallery said...

Congrats Roger!!

That was a nice post for him, Jackie

yvonne

Francine Gardner said...

Hi Jackie. I love his rendering...congratulations to Roger Thomas.I used to go to las vegas when i did some work with Red Rock...never gambled though. Will you be coming to New York? would love to get together... perhaps we could have a blogger party (since i have to make amends for missing yours in Paris) in my new showroom...we could have cocktails on the terrace.. hope all is well, Francine
btw..great piece and conversation on the skirted round table. You are such an incredible business woman and so talented...