Volcanic geometry: Industrial club opens in Paris

16 : 12 : 2013 Nightclub : Industrial : Geometric

Paris – A new nightclub has opened in the revitalised Gare d’Austerlitz district of Paris with a clear Industrial Futurism aesthetic.

Designed by Emmanuel Picault, Ludwig Godefroy and Nicolas Sisto, the Nüba Club interior features volcanic stone walls covered in a geometric pattern of copper-leaf triangles, giving the space a dark, shadowy aesthetic.

The designers drew inspiration from Mexican architecture and materials, sourcing the volcanic stone from Central America.

To find out how your brand can achieve a similar aesthetic, read our Industrial Futurism design direction.

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