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Nightclub Interiors : Club Architecture
Major Designs + Entertainment Projects from around the World
post updated 8 November 2021
We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Nightclub Architecture. We aim to include buildings that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.
We cover completed buildings, new interior designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across the world. The focus is on contemporary Nightclubs but information on traditional club buildings is also welcome.
Nightclub Design – Latest Interiors
Club Architecture – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:
22 May 2013
Eskada Club, Porto, Portugal
photo : Joao Morgado
Drawing on themes from luxury, glamorous and trendy blends Eskada Club Porto stands for an invigorating atmosphere. Thought from a range of differently design rooms, each with its own special feature it has achieved a unique environment out of the mix between past, present and future.
9 May 2012
El Plaza Condesa, México
Design: Antonio Muñohierro + Esrawe Studio
photograph : Paúl Rivera
El Plaza Condesa
Mexican club design + music venue. This project pays homage to music and the cultural expressions that surround it. In this new purpose of the building, art and architecture project its own comprehensive language.
2 Apr 2012
Albertina Passage, Vienna, Austria
Design: Söhne & Partner Architekten
photo : Severin Wurnig
Albertina Passage Club
The main challenge in this project was to recreate an abandoned pedestrian underpass at the very center of Vienna into a modern dinner club for up to 300 persons. The target was to design a club that is suitable for an elegant dinner as well as for a big party night. Hence, the design includes live music, a restaurant and a lounge.
Key Nightclub Designs + Projects, alphabetical:
ABC Nightclub Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Design: Michael Laird Architects
image : Paul Zanre
ABC Nightclub + Concert Venue design for Regular Music.
Club Cube, Musselburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
Design: Graven Images
The Hacienda – Fac 51, Whitworth Street, Manchester, England
1982 – now closed
Design: Ben Kelly Architects
photo © Adrian Welch
Hacienda Manchester : iconic nightclub design by legendary Ben Kelly
This Manchester club was the joint in the late 1980s but fizzled out in the early 1990s damaged by a reputation for violence. The Haç was a very cool place (though I preferred the PSV club in Hulme and the Ritz nightclub further along Whitworth Street) back in the Madchester days from 1987 to 1992 with clubbers travelling from not only England but Europe too.
M.N.ROY Club, Mexico City
Design: Chic By Accident
photo : Ramiro Chaves
Private club in Mexico City
We kept the house as a testimony of what it was, the house where Manabendra Nath Roy founded the first clandestine Mexican communist party.
Warwick Students Union, England, UK
photograph © Peter Durant
Warwick Students Union
The original building was designed as a multi- purpose administrative building whose brief was changed to a Students’ Union whilst under construction. Since then it had become even less suitable for today’s requirements, having neither the flexibility nor the environmental performance to accommodate the range of activities expected of a modern Students’ Union building.
More Nightclub Design projects online soon
Contemporary Architectural Designs
Nightclub Designs – no images / links, alphabetical:
The Arches : Music Venue
Fusion Nightclub, Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland
interior photo from Mike Stoane Lighting
ABC Nightclub, Glasgow, Scotland
Bar picture : Paul Zanre
Nightclub Design Photos welcome
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Entertainment Architecture – Interiors
image : Leonardo Finotti
photo : Edmund Sumner
picture from architect
Nisha Bar-Lounge Mexico City
Design: Pascal Arquitectos
photograph : Jaime Navarro
Mexico Bar Design
Website: Glasgow Bars
Comments for the Nightclub Designs + Club Interiors page welcome