Ninja Club, one of most established Hip-Pop clubs in Shanghai: newly opened 2nd club designed by J.H Architecture Studio in this Chinese city, at Found 158
Designed by J.H Architecture Studio, Phase Party Club, Xining, China, is on the second floor of Wangfujing shopping mall in Xining. Once you get on the elevator, you can see the door of the club
Designed by Montevideo Studio, Hoppiness Club in Córdoba, the concept arose when the customer’s need to transform their brewery into a burger joint as their business changed.
Designed by Cox Architecture, Ocean 12 in Melbourne, takes visitors on a journey of delight, setting a stage and hinting at glimpses of the range of entertainment and leisure activities on offer.
The Imprint at Paradise City design by Dutch architects MVRDV, a white-and-gold ert-entertainment complex close to Seoul’s Incheon Airport: building façades are literally a product of their environment.
Designed by J.H Architecture, Molly Club, combining entertainment and basic restaurant service, is one example of this trend, providing a relaxing place for young people after a long, stressful day at work.
Designed by Oficina Bravo the Noa Noa Club is a new cool electronic music nightclub and cocktail bar, which opened early 2019 in downtown Santiago.
Designed by EL EQUIPO CREATIVO, the Bala Perdida club is hidden in the underground of a nineteenth-century palace, two vaulted spaces built in brick at provocative and secret location: Lost Bullet Madrid.
Multidisciplinary architecture and design practice Nissen Richards Studio has revealed its plans for the redevelopment of Clwb Ifor Bach, an iconic music venue in the heart of Cardiff.
BARRY Bar Berlin – new German anti-techno bar interior design by Herrendorf interior designer Franziska Lindholz, who created an elegant, upscale vibe to the sweet and simple bar interior.
CRAZY_Undr Club in Constanta: “the background of musical, urban events into a central location in Constanta is the theme for a potential manifesto. We are dominated by mental flashbacks of some residual urban spaces”.
This Manchester club was the joint in the late eighties but fizzled out in the early nineties damaged by a reputation for violence. The Hac was a very cool place.
MVRDV Architects design Paradise City, a 9,800sqm entertainment plaza which sits within a larger tourist hub just 10 minutes from Incheon Airport in Seoul. Two buildings shape a retail complex and a nightclub within fluid, yet monolithic, forms.
The supperclub has found a new location in the Odeon building on the Singel. It offers a “complete harmony of food, drinks, lights and sound, merged into an atmosphere that offers an escape from the everyday world.”
Design: Studio RHE. This is London’s first ever women’s only private members’ club. It is for health-conscious women who want the very best in therapeutic and medical treatments. Members can have workout sessions with celebrity personal trainer, Matt Roberts, or be treated by the Queen’s doctor, Dr Tim Evans.
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
The Aerogenerator Project, in association with Grimshaw and The Groucho club, is delighted to announce that Andy Barnes of Arup Associates has been named as the winner of ‘Make a Stand’.
Although other cities such as Rome or Prague are prettier there’s something about Manchester that is magnetic. It may not be as big as London but it oozes a charming edginess through the brutal industrial remnants and the pervasive swagger of its people.