Project Live has its own entrance, but is also linked to the main room via double doors and acoustic corridor. Raw Design created a hard edged dramatic urban environment. The bar area has a floating timber installation ceiling with large LED flood lights above throwing shadows onto the concrete floor below. The ceiling structure then falls down the walls forming the back bar on one side and raised lounge seating on the other. Pot shelves rise from the floors and thrust through the timber ceiling above, breaking up the space. The whole look is that of an urban jungle, with concrete walls sprayed with street art graffiti. The bar then opens onto a secondary dance floor with an impressive stage for DJ’s and live bands. The whole space is characterized by low tech urban finishes.
At the front of the venue are the karaoke rooms which can be accessed from either venue or the main entrance. Raw employed a playful use of pink studded rubber flooring, retro cellular open office ceiling tiles with flood lighting above and Japanese style graffiti art to great effect. The rooms radiate off a central bar and stage area and have their own seating areas with large LCD display screens.
Project is designed to be a landmark clubbing experience that has the ability to ultimately transform into a new venue.