Lifescapes International Brings Touch of Vegas to South Korea

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An artist's rendering of Paradise City. — Photo illustration courtesy Lifescapes International ©
An artist’s rendering of Paradise City.
— Photo illustration courtesy Lifescapes International ©

Lifescapes International, a Newport Beach-based landscape architectural firm, has been selected as the landscape architect for Paradise City, an 83 acre, integrated entertainment and gaming resort in Incheon, South Korea.

Lifescapes International will design a large Las Vegas-style main entry, the exterior perimeter of the resort, a resort-style pool, poolside bars, wedding gardens, private villas, and gardens that will flow throughout the project.

According to Julie Brinkerhoff-Jacobs, President of Lifescapes International, the firm was selected as the landscape architect for this project based on its depth of experience working with integrated entertainment and gaming resorts, including 12 of the most notable destination resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, such as the Wynn Las Vegas, the Bellagio, Paris Hotel & Resort, The Palazzo, Treasure Island, the Mirage, and the Venetian, among others.

“An integrated resort is all about creating the ultimate customer experience and delivering that experience throughout every element of the resort,” explained Brinkerhoff, adding that strategic and thoughtful landscape design elements “are essential to delivering the overall guest experience by creating the vibrant energy that a destination resort like this demands.”

Paradise City broke ground in November 2014 and is scheduled to open in 2017.

For more information, visit lifescapesintl.com.

An artist's rendering of Paradise City. — Photo illustration courtesy Lifescapes International ©
An artist’s rendering of Paradise City.
— Photo illustration courtesy Lifescapes International ©
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