Louis top-of-the-line sound and lighting systems were custom designed to compliment its acclaimed decor. Created for Louis mixed dramatic and intimate settings, these systems can be attuned to accomodate both cozy convesation and full scale DJ set ups and live performances.
Featuring eleven community il2W8, sixteen QSC AD-C152T, one JBL ceiling sub, two infra-bass 2x18 inch driver, four custom subs vital 15 inch drivers, four JBL subs 15 inch drivers, two crest audio, one MC2 T1500, thre MC2T2000 and one Powersoft K8.
Louis lighting technology features thirty three Clauvet Min Spots, four Chauvet Vue Vi, three hundred and forty six RGB LED in the ceiling coves, walls and coluns, three 42" LG Plasma screens and two 22" video monitors. The lighting controlled by computer running eCue lighting software with video controlled by Edirol V-8 mixer and three Toshiba DVD players. Promotional DVD's will be enabled to run continuous loop upon play.
Louis Bar-Lounge is inspired by a royal Parisian palace on a happy acid trip, featuring color schemes of black lacquered surfaces juxtaposed with eye-popping flashes of bright fuschia, hot pinks and canary yellows. French antiques are modernized with brilliant, high glass facades, while medern lighting fixtures are coupled with vintage crystals and traditional shades.
Each wall features a different look, feel and texture; dazzling the mind with an assortment of regal stripes, modern, colorful leopard prints, shiny black skins, and magenta fleur de lis patterns. Furniture features Louis XV chairs, Frech period pieces such as throne-like seating, inlaid armoires, and gilded consoles, all modernized with brilliant colors and updated accents, hand designed and crafted by Francois Frossard.
Louis features two crystal-adorned bars and VIP service at twenty-five exclusive table areas in total. The frount lounge area invites cozy conversations and regal lounging with deep plush sofas, surrounded by towering vases of roses, busts of famous French leaders, and classic oil portrats (hand-edited by graffiti artists, of course), certain to inspire a few dangerous liaisons. Towards the back of Louis lays the French Faberege egg-inspired DJ booth, and a distincly night-time vibe awash in darker color schemes and dramatic fabrics. Along the far wall, guests sip cocktail's from Louis' sexy French military-inspired servers sporting military jackets and red berets.
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