Internationally-renowned club Pacha opens in Macau

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 3, 2016 in Architecture
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Featuring design by ABC Architecture & Engineering Consultants, Pacha, the world-class super club, has opened in Macau

With a capacity to hold over 3,000 partygoers, Pacha Macau boasts a 1,000 sq-ft dance floor, four luxury KTV VIP suites and a spacious outdoor patio, all showcasing the brand’s renowned style and panache.

Pacha Macau KTV VIP Suite

ABC Architecture & Engineering Consultants created a space for the club that is flexible, versatile and customisable. For the layout, the firm invented a complete curtain and panel mechanism to create a space that grows and opens as guests enter, both adding to the aesthetics of the club as well as its privacy when needed. Easy flow was a key part of the design, and the firm has created a space in which guests and staff do not need to enter the dance floor when moving between the terrace and the bar area.

Pacha Macau Interior

Two-storey private suites are equipped with a host of luxurious features, including karaoke, three independent screens, couches that may be converted in huge beds, windows that maintain contact with the dance floor without being seen, restrooms and private bars. VIP areas can be accessed from a completely different entrance that takes you to your room via chic corridors. An expansive exterior terrace area with huge palm trees and wooden huts surrounded by water, transports guests to the island of Ibiza, where the original club was launched.

Pacha outdoor patio

Other features of the design include a ‘Champagne Tunnel’, a vertical garden, and a mechanical staircase whose surface is made up of hand-curved iron elements.


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