Developed under the expert eye of boutique nightclub experts, Marc Merran, Eamonn Mulholland and Jean Philippe Kley, Mason House is a new nightclub offering nestled in the vaults of the London Palladium.
The former site of the popular Movida nightclub has been transformed into a Masonic Temple-inspired venue designed by Ludovic Messager of Quintessence.
The club’s name and quirky interior date back to 1737, when the large majority of residents in the surrounding Argyll Street area were Masons.
Complete with an array of original features, among them raw brick arches, the 5000ft² space has been meticulously restored to ensure that the vaults are elegant, yet deeply atmospheric in style.
Guests will enter Mason House through a crypt, before choosing between the main club room, or the exclusive Room 33. Laid out across multi-raised levels, the main club room features a striking black and white chequered dance floor,
Victorian-style oak wood bars, and leather banquet seating. Complete with 30 tables – a bottle and waitress service is available to cater for the 415-capacity space.
Room 33, meanwhile, is cast as the alternative music room. Accessed through a secret door, this area operates on an invitation-only basis – encapsulating the club’s central themes of concealment and exclusivity.
In keeping with these principles, Mason House has teamed up with some renowned global names to host live performances from an array of exclusive musicians. The advanced Funktion 1 state-of-the-art sound system will play throughout the venue, with an eclectic selection of genres in the main club, and a more alternative vibe in Room 33.
Along with live music performances, Mason House features artwork from from young, up-and-coming creatives – only enhacing the club’s visually striking interior.