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Ministry of Sound Bar, Harrogate

As opposed to the super club venue that Ministry of Sound is known for, GMP created a late-night minibar offering the clientele a uniquely fun experience. With different rooms of music, seating and drinks, this bar couldn't offer more to the party-goers.

Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
A Fibre Optic Chandelier in the Ministry of Sound Bar, Harrogate
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK
Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK

Project highlights

Client: Ministry of Sound bar, Harrogate, UK

Year: 2013

Budget: 

Services Provided: Interior Design, Project Management

Project overview

This stunning Ministry of Sound bar features bespoke fabrics and alternative finishes throughout which creates a dynamic and dramatic atmosphere. The nightclub interior design makes use of butted glass and our trademark LED chandeliers. The VIP areas are truly unique and utilise a profound amount of technology to entertain including an automated drinks ordering system, plasma screens as well as a Jacuzzi space.

The club has won acclaim from clubbers across the globe and makes for a truly unforgettable night out. This MoS bar attracts top DJs from all over the world and is a full house every night of the week. We worked closely with customers to deliver the very best clubbing experience and installed state of the art sound systems to create an amazing atmosphere. This produced an unforgettable club interior design.

“GMP Design’s use of bespoke fabrics and alternative finishes throughout the rest of the venue adds to the drama. Butted glass makes the VIP space an intended voyeuristic feast, which uses a profound amount of technology to entertain including automated drinks ordering via an elaborate Epos system, plasma screens and a Jacuzzi space. The post modern minimalist design (use of granite on the island bartops, tiling and expansive ‘chesterfield’ padded walls) provides a perfect canvas for the effects lighting and retro throne furniture and blends seamlessly within the listed building environment” – www.designtaxi.com

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