A very unique lighting scheme was to be designed to reflect on a most exclusive  private member’s club. The club operated as a ground floor restaurant early evening, later spilling into a basement dance floor. It was important that the basement did not include the obvious moving head club lighting, but an architectural lighting system that would separate the venue from it’s competition.


The lighting utilised the available LED technology of the time to create the maximum dynamic colour changing effects available to budget.  The ground floor scheme uses DMX controlled LED colour change strips with narrow optics to fill a light box ceiling which then appears to be a huge pixilated panel of individual domes, made bespoke for the space. For the  basement dance floor into developed tiny colour change pixels within the ceiling that change with sound to light.


Staff can trigger static colour changes or switch to sound-to-light strobing. The scheme was programmed extensively to enable features not previously envisaged by the client and was achieved in budget. The project became a forerunner for future club LED effects.

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