concept & interior design crafted solely by Mike Boles.
This one-of-a-kind design masterpiece seamlessly intertwines technology with visual stimulation and american fusion-tapas fare that is followed up by a swanky nightlife scene that comes alive soon after the kitchen closes. Patrons enjoy an environment that has been recognized internationally in the design community for being inventive and pioneering ; an incredibly immersive, high-definition environment that brilliantly transports them into an infinite number of different custom-cut, powerful visual surroundings, all of which are uniquely created in-house for Haven's walls.
It's edgy american fusion style plates are served tapas style and feature everything from to sushi to skewers and even nitrous-infused cocktails & ice-cream. The kitchen is run by Celebrity Chef Todd Erickson, whom Mike Boles both discovered, and worked alongside to brilliantly conjure the kitchen concept and full menu's offerings.
Haven Lounge is widely noted as the first concept to have capabilities it boasts, and is a favorite with everyone from locals who enjoy it's seductive party atmosphere, within to companies who use it's incredibly accommodating walls to host events ranging from corporate dinners, to art shows and has even been used for movie premiers.
Mike Boles has received accolades for it's contribution to both lounge & bar design in miami & beyond, but also for opening the pathways for new ideas pertaining to the modern usage of audio visual technology within nightclub settings.
designer's dreamland: haven was designed to be whatever you wanted it to be; at any given time.
Although one may see this concept as completely unique onto itself, one can spot the similar signatures that Mike Boles has left upon his previous nightclub design projects. In his 2002 commercial design debut, Compound (named one of the Top 20 clubs in the World, 2004), implementation of immersive lighting and video environments are seen. 2012's advances in audio visual technologies gave way for maximum creative potential, and Mike Boles pushed the possibilities to the edge. With this bold move; long believed design limitations were turned completely upside-down.
Until now, a design was purely set within it's psychical fixtures, furniture, and objects. Mike Boles allowed for something that nobody had ever thought of before: using the walls coupled with hidden projectors and rich custom content to creating an infinite number of possible surroundings, not just one.