Dublin group International Leisure Design Concepts aimed to create a world of decadence, fantasy and game-playing with its interiors for Atlantis, First Leisure’s latest nightclub venture in Wolverhampton. The dance floor incorporates chess pieces to create a sense of theatre. ‘Atlantis is a lost world, but a lost world where reality is lost and fantasy is found,’ says Conor Kenny, marketing and sales manager at ILDC’s parent company McNally Design Group. Meanwhile, ILDC sister group The Irish Pub Company has been awarded the services category in the AIB Capital Markets/Irish Export Association Export Awards for 1997.
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