Ministry of Sound started life in a derelict bus garage back in 1991. Two decades later it hasn’t moved from that spot but has cemented its legacy as a mecca for exceptional sound quality and a platform for top international house DJs.
When Ministry needed custom-made neon for an upcoming event just 48 hours away, it was Kemp London they called. We worked speedily to reproduce their iconic crown emblem in NeonPlus LED, a contemporary neon alternative that uses acrylic instead of glass, paired with digital technology. We added internal RGB: red, green and blue light which can be combined to display the full range of colours. Voila: a colour-changing chameleon of a piece, adaptable to any event and any lighting theme.
The piece had its first outing at a live-streamed event in a listed building deep in South London. It provided the backdrop to the turntables, cycling through searing colours which were matched by neon rods on the surrounding walls.
Ministry is a linchpin of London nightlife, but it’s by no means the first club we’ve decked out. See how we transformed the interiors of Sketch London and the London and Birmingham branches of Dirty Martini.