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Founded in 1987 by Paul Steelman, Steelman Partners has positioned itself as the leading entertainment architecture firm. Steelman Partners, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, is an international firm specializing in the multi-disciplinary facets of entertainment architecture, interior design, graphic design, master planning, theater design, 3D design, and lighting. The company’s corporate headquarters is in Las Vegas, with international offices in Zhuhai, Macau, Ho Chi Minh, and Phnom Penh.

Steelman Partners is a leader within the hospitality and gaming industries with a client list that includes Genting Group, MGM, Harrah’s, Wynn, Venetian, Sheraton, Hyatt, Plaza/El-Ad, Crown SDJM, Melco, Caesars, plus many others. The firm is led by a team of the industry’s most talented and acclaimed architects, designers, planners, and artists – resulting in world-renowned, remarkable, and memorable work.

The firm derives direction from industry forerunner Paul Steelman, who began his architectural career in 1977. While working in the public sector on the Atlantic City Master Plan, Paul realized that entertainment architecture was going to be his field of practice and expertise. He began working with Steve Wynn as an architect for approximately ten (10) years; involved with such projects as The Golden Nugget in Atlantic City and Las Vegas, as well as the Mirage.

Due to its success, Steelman Partners has won many design awards and has been featured in many reputable magazines, including Forbes’s May 2006 issue properly named “Designing for Dough.” Paul was also included in the movie Oceans 13 DVD extras, entitled “Opulent Illusion,” which takes an in-depth look at casino design.


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