Ever wanted to just build a party wherever the hell you want?
Bureau A, a Swiss architectural studio, have constructed an inflatable nightclub called ‘Shelter’.
The blow-up nightspot has been built for the Federation of Swiss Architects’ annual party, and I’m fairly certain this venue is the most interesting one they’ve had.
The unique nightclub is built entirely out of PVC membrane, and comes with all the crucial factors such as a dance floor, bar and DJ booth. How good!?
Speaking on their creation, Bureau A describe ‘Shelter’ as a “mysterious black vessel in a highly engendered concrete vault.”
“For one night, the black hole of a neat and well-organised society is revealed as a potential for distortion, a potential of let-go and provoke, with a slight smile, the unsaid and the sweat”.
Bureau A – the team of Leopold Banchini and Daniel Zamarbide – went on to explain the inspiration spurred from the architecture of the underground.
“Architecture seeks the underground, searches for new territories under the skin of the earth… The underground fascinates and completes the hygienic and panoptical world of the overground.”
Check out the inflatable ‘Shelter’ nightclub below. I think Sydney needs some of these!
Images via Dezeen