The Brass Pole Nightclub and Lounge is the new local hotspot, converted from an old brick firehouse. The club features two levels, with a bar, stage, and dance floor on the lower level, and a smaller bar and comfortable lounge on the second level.
Two staircases, one conventional and one spiral, lead to the second level. Steel beams from the original firehouse are left in place, and the dance floor is converted from the original garage floor, with two large garage doors still in place.
The iconic fireman’s pole is still in place, leading to a small stage perfect for dancers or musicians. A dressing room above the pole gives the dancers a place to enter the stage from.
Beautiful brickwork adorns the walls throughout, with hardwood floors completing the look. Original lighting and shelving created from old pipes, and rough hewn ceiling beams add to the vintage charm of the building. Neon lights, spotlights, and a giant mirror ball add an exciting ambience to the space.
Finally, original pieces, such as the ladder/wine rack, and the ladder sculpture over the fully modeled DJ Booth, and an artpiece containing antique firefighters equipment add to the theme of this nightclub.
Due to the complexity of the various forms of lighting in the club, this product is optimized for Iray only and does not contain settings or materials for 3Delight.