In the UK our nightclubs follow a pretty similar formula: a dark space burrowed underground, giving little visual stimulus beyond lasers and flashing screens. We expect little more than a set of stairs leading into a crowded space — which is fantastic for those wanting to lose themselves within the music — but not for those wanting to observe impressive architecture.
No nightclub architecture tends to be something we forget about easily, but in other areas of the world the experience is being reimagined.
In Brazil, for example clubbers are looking for a more interactive experience and Laroc, a ‘sunset club’ just outside of mega-metropolis Sao Paulo has quickly built esteem among both locals and visitors. Read More via Independent.