London’s Ministry of Sound introduces a refurbished interior tomorrow night, by bar and club specialist GMP Associates. The consultancy has ‘rationalised’ the first floor and extended the VIP area to include a ‘VVIP’ lounge on a mezzanine level (pictured), says GMP managing director Neil Morten. A further private area, The Green Room, is a floating glass box large enough to hold three people, and swallowed around £20 000 of the budget alone, says Morten. Revamped toilets now feature white leather padded walls and marble fixtures. A balcony chill-out bar, which is open to the general public, has also been added.
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