“Karma was conceived with the idea of making the space monumental, where everything is exaggerated including the height of the ceilings. The architects wanted to design a place where people could disconnect from their daily environment. This was accomplished by bringing a new and different approach to what is normally seen in the city. Â The walls are raised almost 6 meters and most of it is covered with bricks, a noble material, which creates a contrast and transition for the wallpaper and coated cement, on which various gold mirrors were placed. Â The sky is an emblematic point, generous heights allowed a game of shapes and colors that catch the eye. Structures in the form of golden waves surround a central piece. These waves create a dynamic movement and light. In the center a light box with blue circles break the golden curves, illuminating the central space. Â In every room there is a keen sense of detail. Â The bar, a space of 14 meters long,Â is an iconic piece of illuminated onyx. The doors are an exaggerated element that gives a prelude to the interior space. The bathrooms were treated as living space, full of luxury with velvet curtains and marble as details in the sink, large mirrors and high ceilings. Â Karma is a new place, a different option. The architects Menacho and Beltran have created a new standard for the design of night clubs in Santa Cruz full of glamour and style.
Year: 2013 Type: Night Club Location: Santa Cruz- Bolivia Area:Â 584 m2”