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The List is the VIP area at Kitty Su


Dave said: “The heads work well, spaced around the floor, lighting up different areas of the club, as well as giving the dancefloor a pretty intense show. I’m a big fan of old school mirror balls, so having the four heads onto that bought a grin to my face. It’s pretty cool and simple but looks great.” The laser at one end of the room is a real highlight for Dave. He selected a single laser from Laserworld’s Pure Sapphire Series. These lasers are specifically equipped for high power purposes, therefore just one unit was sufficient for the Kittu Su dancefloor. The RGB laser is able to produce great beam shows and effects, providing the perfect accompaniment to the intelligent lighting rig. Elsewhere in Kitty Su the lighting is more closely related to creating ambiance rather than a high impact atmosphere, therefore a lot of LED was used. LEDs have been installed at the bar areas and these


usually remain orange or yellow in colour to create a warm glow. While LEDs dominated the room to the rear of The Salon which is reserved for private parties, as well as The List. The colours in these areas are interchangeable so therefore each can be characterised depending on the function of the room at any given time. At the official opening of Kitty Su on 20 August 2011, Keshav said: “Today is nothing short of a dream come true for me. A small seed of an idea that took hold of me almost two years ago has not only taken shape but also gone well beyond my wildest expectations that I had for it. A lot of sweat, passion and love has gone into making this project a reality and I don’t regret a second of it. An incredible amount of thought and attention has been paid to even the minutest of details to make sure that this club is the absolute in contemporary clubbing experience.”


The rennovation has introduced a visual element at Agni with the use of 12 plamsa TV screens


AGNI Visuals are still a fairly new concept in India. After eight years at The Park Hotel in Delhi, Director of Food & Beverage, Bebjeet Banerjee decided it was time to upgrade Agni, the hotel’s entertainment venue, with this new visual concept in mind. Commenting on the redesign of Agni, Bebjeet said: “We are trying to provide visitors to Agni with three forms of entertainment now. One is through the visuals, one is through the light, and one is through the laser combined with the sound and all three at the same time. This is the first time this sort of thing is happening in Delhi.” Agni is an 1,800 sq metres elongated space that features a 23ft long bar. It was a conscience decision to keep Agni the same size during the rejuvenation, as there was an option to increase it. “We knew this set-up was working well for us,” said Bebjeet. The Park Hotel Group is one of the only hotel chains in India which houses established hospitality outlets with their own identity. Every Park Hotel has an Aqua poolside lounge bar and this is a destination in itself not just an outlet. Then each hotel has its own nightclub, Delhi has Agni, Calcutta has Tantra and Someplace Else and Chennai has Roxy. With a strong reputation to maintain, The Park Hotel looked to MTI for guidance on updating Agni. MTI has worked with The Park Hotel chain on previous occasions, and is familiar with Park Group owner Priya Paul’s tastes and expectations. Dave said: “Agni is one of Delhi’s oldest clubs and is pretty iconic in that most of Delhi’s youth were introduced to nightlife here. The owners wanted to update the clubs sound and lighting to keep up with the evolving nightclub scene here.” As MTI is the Void distributor in India, Dave once again specified a Void sound system. He first updated the main PA system by installing two Void Air Motions and two Void Arcline X cabinets. He then set to work on integrating a good peripheral sound system.


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