If the nightclub is the "Church" of dance music culture, Home, No. 1 Leicester Square was its "Cathedral". Home's superclub concept was developed by one of the UK's foremost dance venue operators who had pioneered the synergy of music, design, audio-visual technology and catering to create unique sensory and entertainment environments.
Home was located in a renovated 9-storey Art Deco office building in London's West End. The £10,000,000 venture contained 3 dance clubs, a member's bar and restaurant together with a state of the art externally located audio visual screen for the display of digital art.
The floor plate of each of the 9 levels was around 350m². This restriction enabled Big Beat Design and Nicoll Russell Studios to create a series of modest dance areas of differing character and moods.