Marc Merran, Eamonn Mulholland and Jean Philippe Kley, who have together notched up experience at the likes of Chinawhite, Aura and Movida, will open the 415-capacity venue on Argyll Street in November. The trio want to create a space that resembles a ‘masonic temple’.
Guests will enter Mason House through a crypt and can choose to spend their time in either the Main Club Room or the exclusive Room, 33.
Set out across multi-raised levels, the Main Club Room will have a black and white chequered dance floor complete with 30 tables offering bottle and waitress service. Room 33 is the alternative music room, with a ‘secret door’ operating on an invitation-only basis.
Mason House is designed to create a ‘totally unique’ destination. The vaults have been restored to their former glory, mixed with a contemporary feel of leather banquet seating and Victorian-style oak wood bars.
In keeping with the premium design of the venue, Mason House will feature a centrally located DJ booth which will host regular live performances. The venue will also showcase art from young and up-and-coming artists. Designer-dressed hosts complete the unique and stylish setting, fuelling what the trio call ‘the dawn of a new nightlife experience’.
Mason House will open on Argyll Street in November.