Fiori di Como at Bellagio
A spectacular garden of hand-blown glass flowers is the centerpiece of the Bellagio lobby. The three-dimensional work entitled Fiori di Como is made up of 2,000 individual, multi-hued flowers.
The sculpture, covering 2,100 square feet and weighing 40,000 pounds, is anchored to the ceiling by a 10,000-pound armature of hidden steel “branches.” More than 100 people—glassblowers, architects, engineers, shippers, installers and fabricators—took part in bringing artist Dale Chihuly’s largest and most widely viewed work of art to Las Vegas.
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