Award-winning design/build firm Built Inc. has teamed up with the h.wood.group once again, this time, to design West Hollywood nightclub Hooray Henry’s. For the 3,500-square-foot space, Built Inc. used 1970s London as inspiration, bringing a unique and old-school vibe to the area’s club scene.
The club, named after the term “hooray henry” (a boisterous man high in social class), features bold textures, furnishings, and British accessories sourced directly from London.
Guests first enter the foyer, where vintage photos and “Buckingham Palace Guards” set the tone for the space. Upon entering the main room at Hooray Henry’s, club-goers are greeted with an upbeat mix of current tracks and classic London songs.
High-end finishes with custom accents have been incorporated into even inch of the space at Hooray Henry’s. Booths, 13 of which face the DJ and dance floor, are inspired by Rolls Royce seats, paint used on vintage Jaguar automobiles, wood paneling, brass accents, smoky mirrors, and red and blue neon lighting symbolizing the Union Jack can be found throughout. Customization is also very important to Sofio. The team wove various custom pieces into the design including a three-dimensional projection screen set above the DJ booth, a one-of-a-kind chandelier that hangs over the dance floor made up of 76 lamps from London, and, lamps topped with horses that stand on mahogany boxes found on tables.