Kraftwerk meet Frank Gehry, Daft Punk perform in space age interiors while Le Corbusier and Xenakis composed a pavilion inspired by the very first electronic music track. We selected 10 projects merging sound and space.
A golden entrance, a psychedelic club and ‘lifted’ facades with imprints of surrounding buildings are the key elements of THE IMPRINT, the new MVRDV-designed art-entertainment near Seoul’s Incheon Airport.
Impetuous sofas, flamboyant carpets and afterparty melted disco-balls. Everybody rocks with the the Disco Gufram collection!
From Studio 54 to Berghain and Rem Koolhaas’ shape-shifting proposal for London Ministry of Sound II. The “Night Fever” exhibition at Vitra design Museum explores the history of nightclubs through interior design, architecture, new media and alternative lifestyles.
Pole dancing robots at Las Vegas’ Sapphire gentlemen club shake their silicon booty to “attract women” and make reflect on digital voyeurism during CES 2018.
From candlelight tradition to urban dance floors with a cement mixer disco-ball: Lyon festival of lights “Fête des Lumières” featured a glimmering installation by Benedetto Bufalino.
Studio C102 matches fitness experience with nightclub design and creates dark and moody interiors for underground 1Rebel gym in London.
With Disco Disco, Haberdashery developed a 21st century disco ball that can interact with music thanks to circular grids of pixelated LED lights.
French filmaker Michel Gondry shoot Chemical Brothers’ new music video in Paris brutalist architecture, just a stone’s throw away from the Eiffel tower… and a Statue of Liberty.
With the Futopia Faena immersive exhibition Studio Job installs a roller disco at the Faena Art Center Buenos Aires to celebrate four years of collaboration.
Twerking meet design. From TW3RKBOT 1.0 of Basement Jaxx’s video to the “Real Booty Music” project. Artists, designers and engineers playfully go beyond Miley Cyrus hype.
In Dubai, Lumière cinematic light installation by Commonplace Studio offered a meteorogical spectacle under a cloud composed of pendant lightbulbs.
Transparent Speaker by Swedish start up and design agency PEOPLE PEOPLE brings music, wireless cutting-edge design and a sustainable approach in the living room.
A suspendended sculptural light intallation by 1024architecture pulses and breathes with music thanks to interactive LED lines transforming an industrial space in an open-air dancefloor.