LED lights are part of Ministry of Sound's birthday celebrations as it looks forward to its 20th anniversary on September 21st.
That is the date on which it opened its doors in 1991, with a no-lager policy and a general disapproval of 80s-style shiny shoes and disco attire.
Instead, its venue at 103 Gaunt Street was dedicated to presenting music in the highest possible fidelity.
Having stuck to that principle for two decades, the organisation says it has also cemented its place as "one of the leading pioneers of audio technology".
This is apparent in the 5.5 m wall of LED lights being installed as part of a multimedia exhibition, the 20:20 Project, which is due to open on March 4th.
On that day, visitors to the club can access the facilities during the daytime for the chance to spin the decks as though they were a Saturday night headlining DJ.