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Play Playground

Play-Playground is a modern interpretation of the playground environment with a connection to the past-time of traditional game experiences. It encourages its audience to switch off from the digital world and interact in an authentic social environment. By working closely with our in-house branding team, Rogue, we have created an unforgettable entertainment space were interior design and branding blend seamlessly.

  • Client Play Social
  • Location Luxor Hotel, Las Vegas, USA
  • Service Commercial

It was a fundamental part of the design process for us to create a one-of-a-kind customer journey through storytelling. With that in mind, imagine a visually immersive experience, a cross between a Wes Anderson film and Alice in Wonderland, featuring rabbit holes, hidden doors, and secret passageways…but for adults. 

A medley of saturated colours transports guests into an interactive amusement park. Lighting plays a key part with visually dynamic features suspended throughout the venue, bringing a fun energy to the space. The venue not only offers 'insta-striking' opportunities to keep your eyes wandering or countless challenges and tournaments to get your adrenaline pumping, but it brings something unprecedented to Las Vegas.


A one-of-a-kind destination that provides an immersive and unforgettable experience for all who step through its doors, encompassing 17 games and 6 activations what are you waiting for? Ready. Set. PLAY!


Jennifer Worthington
Co-Founder , Play Social
Working with Bishop Design was an absolute dream. From the very beginning, they were incredibly responsive and reliable, always there to address my burning questions. Their dedication didn't stop there; they went above and beyond, guiding us through the entire process and accommodating our every need. Furthermore, their hospitality was unmatched. We were consistently greeted with open arms, making us feel right at home during our meetings and sourcing trips.

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