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Interior Design – Internal Built Environment: Contemporary Architecture + Designers
Interior Architecture Designs – chronological list
We aim to add more building internal designs online soon – submissions are welcome.
Some more relevant architecture links:
Please find below a brief selection of architrecture studios with strong interior design focus:
Robbrecht en Daem – Architects Belgium
Darling Associates, London Architects
Famous Interior Design
A famous architecture design by architect Ben Kelly:
Hacienda nightclub – fac 51, central Manchester, North West England, UK
Date built: 1982
photograph © Adrian Welch
Hacienda Nightclub in Manchester
The Haçienda was a nightclub and music venue which became famous in the Madchester years of the 1980s and early 1990s. The building opened in 1982, and despite considerable and persistent financial troubles survived until 1997 – the club was mainly supported by record sales from New Order. The club is associated with the rise of acid house and rave music.
The former red brick warehouse was previously a yacht builder’s shop and warehouse alongside a canal.
Originally conceived by Rob Gretton, it was largely financed by the record label Factory Records and the band New Order along with label boss Tony Wilson. FAC 51 was its official designation in the Factory catalogue.
Designer Ben Kelly was a recommendation by Factory graphic designer Peter Saville.
Upstairs consisted of a stage, dance area, bar, cloakroom, cafeteria area and balcony with a DJ booth. Downstairs was a cocktail bar called The Gay Traitor. The two other bars, The Kim Philby and Hicks, were named after Blunt’s fellow spies. From 1995 onwards, the lower cellar areas of the venue were converted to create the 5th Man, a smaller music venue.
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