The nightclub is in the heart of Bollywood. The first wholly Indian movie was called Raja Harishchandra by a director called Dadasaheb Phalke. The movie was first viewed by the public on 3rd May 1913 in the Coronation Cinema.

The concept draws on the inspiration of converting an art deco cinema into a glamourous and aspirational nightclub. Imagine the “architecture” of the premises as ornate ceilings, balustrading and timber wall panelling with exposed mep painted in gold to the ceiling. Add a network of lighting on space frame rigs hung from the ceiling. Soften and glamourize with reclaimed parquet timber flooring furniture, art and feature chandeliers.