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BEIRUT: In 2003, the country's nightlife witnessed what was then a revolutionary concept: rooftop clubs, pioneered by none other than Beirut's exclusive SKYBAR.This winter, parent company Sky Management launched its second Beirut venue – O1NE – what it hopes to become the winter equal of its rooftop success story. Murals cover 3,500 square meters of facade, and inside, O1NE nightclub is a mixture of the same technology and state-of-the-art aesthetics that have made SKYBAR such a success.Helal praised Sky Management's CEO Chafic al-Khazen, who spearheaded the construction of O1NE Beirut from scratch.There was one major obstacle standing in the way of the rooftop project: SKYBAR would have to be established on ground level.Sky Management decided to replicate O1NE's concept, which at the time was already under construction in Beirut. The success of the Abu Dhabi venue has led the mother company to informally dub the project "The Experiment".
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