Classic Las Vegas — Aladdin, tower development, c. late 1975


Aladdin, Las Vegas, 1966.
“Aladdin Casino was the first Las Vegas establishment to integrate major sign elements and neon into its porte-cochère. Sign modules were incised into the leading edge of the projecting canopy and wrap-around grids of...

Aladdin, Las Vegas, 1966.

“Aladdin On line casino was the primary Las Vegas institution to combine main signal components and neon into its porte-cochère. Signal modules have been incised into the vanguard of the projecting cover and wrap-around grids of incandescent lamps adopted these contours again to the entry.” – Charles Barnard, The Magic Signal. Barnard writes that the designer is unknown. The work was finished by YESCO, and different components of the resort have been designed by Martin Stern, together with an unbuilt tower. Photograph: Las Vegas Information Bureau.