Annabel’s, acknowledged as Europe’s premier night time destination, has opened the doors to its much-anticipated new home, the Grade I listed Georgian mansion house at 46 Berkeley Square, set across 26,000 square feet. And it certainly did not disappoint.
The Brief – To create an intelligently automated lighting technology solution for Annabel’s focused on a lighting design to provide the right atmosphere and emotion throughout the entire building, appropriate to the time of day. Allowing automatic transition of the lighting design through the eight settings tailored to each interior space within the iconic nightclub. This creates a ‘wow’ factor, ensuring it is an auspicious experience for clientele, regardless of which room or what time of day they visit
In addition, the client wanted a system that avoids the need for staff to concern themselves with this aspect of the overall experience, instead being able to focus on the needs of their guests.
- Basement – The world’s most famous Nightclub + The Jungle Bar
- Ground Floor – The Rose Room Dining Room , The Garden – The Club’s Spectacular Garden Oasis In The Heart Of The City , The Humidor & The Cellars
- First Floor – The Elephant Room
- Second Floor -The Mexican
Our Solution – Intecho designed and delivered automatic transition of the lighting design through the eight settings tailored to each interior space within the iconic club. This creates a ‘wow’ factor, ensuring it is an auspicious experience for clientele, regardless of which room or what time of day they visit.
Speaking about the project, co-founder and director of Intecho, Paul Murphy said, “Lighting has the ability to change people’s moods, deliver ambiance, create a luxury feel and engender a sense of belonging in space, in the moment.
The Annabel’s project was exciting, owing to its sheer scale and intricacies of the amazing interior design, which have proved to be a showcase for our innovative technology in an iconic setting to the most elite audience.
Intelligent automation is the future in lighting. Owners and designers recognise that an automated system delivers what was envisaged at the outset – with our meticulous level of planning, it means that the lighting design, when in place, is effortless for the customer yet incredibly effective – it is also easy to re-programme at some point in the future should that be required.”