michael malapert’s ‘BAM karaoke box parmentier’ has unfolded a miami tropical festive artsy universe at the heart of the 11th arrondissement of paris. opening its doors in june 2017, the art deco-inspired venue has a large and luminous cocktail bar, as well as 9 private karaoke rooms each offering a unique ambience. the bar is thought to be a walk in the midst of lush vegetation and between neons of the acclaimed ‘ocean drive’. each karaoke box is identifiable by the neon lights that give clues about the theme of the room.


the ‘BAM karaoke box’ street frontage in paris offers a preview about what is going on inside

 

 

french based michael malapert‘s approach for the interior architecture is inspired by the art deco style. many black marble tables and green velvet banquettes are perfect for enjoying the original and refreshing cocktails of the menu. the key to success relies upon: high-end equipment in all rooms, a huge international catalog regularly updated (15 000 titles), a careful design and privacy preserved thanks to perfect soundproofing. all of these features make ‘BAM karaoke box’ a unique experience during a couple of hours with friends, colleagues or with family in the salons with capacity from 6 to 30 people.


the place is designed to evoke an insight from miami’s ocean drive with the colored armchairs and neon lights


the detail of graphic tiles for the luminous cocktail bar complements the retrospect of art deco style


this bar merges the codes of the famous ocean drive, the art deco style, and the omnipresence of lush vegetation


near the cocktail bar, the palmier room transports you to a tropical universe and is perfect for groups of 15 people


la paradise is a unique room with capacity for 30 people including a singing arena with screens and podiums


paradise has access to a secret bar including bartender dedicated to the group, creating cocktails upon request


this 40m2 pink room is the highlight of the ‘BAM karaoke box’ and is perfect for groups of 22 to 30 people


near the cocktail bar, the perroquet room is neatly decorated in red tones and can host groups up to 8 people

 

 

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edited by: apostolos costarangos | designboom

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