Pechanga Resort Casino
More than 340 individually placed strands of Mylar filament help create the illusion of rain-kissed beams of light radiating from this graceful water feature.
Emanating within open-weave, custom glass chandeliers placed from 20 to more than 25 feet in height, three cylindrical rain curtains interact with two separate water walls to create a multisensory experience designed to intrigue guests while conveying the Pechanga people’s reverence for water and light.
In addition to measuring, cutting to length and then connecting each of the rain curtains’ delicate Mylar strands by hand, OTL craftsmen used more than 200 tiny brass nozzles, spaced precisely along a two-inch diameter stainless steel pipe manifold thirty four feet above the lobby, to create the “weeping” effect of the two distinct wet walls. Added to this challenge was the task of completing, in less than ten weeks, the waterproofing, tile and stone finishes, underwater LED lighting and mechanical, filtration and sanitization systems for this stunning, contemporary water feature.
- Waterwall Construction
- Water Feature Construction
- Tile and Stone Finishes
- Underwater LED Lighting
- Mechanical Systems
- Filtration Systems
- Sanitization Systems
As part of the lobby renovation of their 10-year-old resort, the owners of the Pechanga Resort Casino wanted to create a “did you see this?” architectural element that signaled to guests they were in for an exceptional experience.
The craftsmen of OTL helped them deliver.
Cylindrical rain curtains interact with two separate water walls to create a multisensory experience designed to intrigue guests while conveying the Pechanga people’s reverence for water and light.
OTL has helped the casino and gaming industry evolve from simple gambling facilities to world-renowned entertainment destinations.
“It came out fantastic. Elegant. Timeless.” Pechanga Tribal Chief Chairman Mark Macarro
“Interior decorations and details are on point. It’s very classy looking, in my opinion. Love the water fountain inside the casino near the front entrance.” Regina, Irvine, CA