A first-of-its-kind immersive nightlife experience, The Bar at Illuminarium delivers new surprises and serendipity with each visit so you're always wondering what's next.
Shibuya Night Market transports diners to a glowing neon night market in Tokyo with fluorescent lights, lanterns and holograms that animate the Japanese architecture.
A first-of-its-kind immersive nightlife experience, The Bar at Illminarium delivers new surprises and serendipity with each visit so you're always wondering what's next.
Ever been to a bar that looks different every time you go back? What about one that transports you somewhere else, even as specific as a Tokyo night market? We’ll assume your answer is no, because this futuristic place we speak of debuted for the first time ever on the BeltLine this July. A sector of Illuminarium (@illuminariumatl)—the immersive new sensory experience inside Common Ground—The Bar at Illuminarium surrounds you with seven cinematic, real-time visuals that may never appear the same way twice. “Stunning and ever-changing digital worlds will transport guests to far-flung, surreal destinations through sight, sound and scale,” says David Rockwell, founder and president of Rockwell Group, the architecture and design firm behind the boundary-breaking nightlife concept. Highlights include Luminous Reefs, a plunge into Earth’s vast oceans, complete with symphonies of colorful fish and valleys of illuminating coral reefs, and Jardin De Fleurs, an enchanting Mediterranean garden escape blanketed by florals and floating petals, constantly shifting before your eyes. Complete with an everchanging environment and unprecedented technologies—including an individualized surround-sound experience at each table—The Bar at Illuminarium constantly leaves you intrigued and wanting more.