Party people, save the date: Pangaea, the world-famous ultra-lounge founded by American nightclub impresario Michael Ault, which occupies the Marina Bay Sands’ one-of-a-kind Crystal Pavilion, will publicly welcome guests on September 22 this year, in the week leading up to the fast and furious F1 weekend in Singapore.
Rising from the glittering Marina Bay and encased in the integrated resort’s distinctive glass Crystal Pavilion, Pangaea’s patrons will access the 6,000 square feet club through the mesmerizing underwater tunnel connected to The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
Renowned for pioneering the “Ultra-Lounge” concept in the 90’s, Pangaea boasts an intimate, sophisticated club set, showcasing bespoke furniture and custom-made dance tiers within each banquette, making this a club where every inch of the space is literally meant be danced on.
The interior of the lounge will also be a super-luxe affair, with specially designed fittings and furnishings made of eye-popping materials and fabrics including genuine zebra, crocodile and ostrich skins, the most exotic woods, and a Pangaea hallmark, Michael’s personal collection of museum-quality African tribal masks.
Michael Ault, who has hosted A-listers such as Madonna, Kate Moss and Will Smith, said in a statement that “with the formulae of great architecture and our experience in successfully operating the best clubs in leading international cities, we simply cannot wait to open our doors and put Singapore on the global party map.”
“This has been a two-year project in the making. Where else, and under what circumstances could one contemplate building a club in the Moshe Safdies-designed floating Crystal Pavilion, in what will no doubt be the most expensive and ambitious club ever conceived”.