When the owner of Hotel Krishna Palace decided to build a club for his regular patrons, he decided he would do it high-end, as the type of clientele he attracted were of that segment. Accordingly he roped in well-qualified teams to design and execute his place.
A major problem was that the building he was situated in was occupied by his offices, restaurants and hotel and there were also other residents living in that building and none of them could be disturbed. The entire place was designed to take care of these problems. The club was designed such that the patrons in the restaurants and hotel above and below the club were not disturbed.
The neighbors however were separated by a passage only a few feet long with just a doorway separating the club from the buildings passages. Acoustic doors were then fitted to complement the acoustic treatment given to the place and to keep the noise away from the neighbors. There was an air-lock separating two acoustic doors which progressively brought the noise coming out of the club down to negligible levels, solving that problem.