STUDIO is the name of a great past local discotheque.
In autumn 2015 I had an opportunity to rethink the club interior and visuals.
The first opening was ten years ago. The equipment was very obsolete, and old fashioned already.
I would have liked to make a youthful and classic atmosphere in one, which focused at each point
to rhythm and music.
My goal was to create a strong image which reflect the name good enough and make good new vibe.
Under designing I reached back to the 80's to the golden age of disco cult and I highlighted some
classic elements for example ghettoblaster and compact cassette to present them for the newest
The second line on which I started to work has origin a bit earlier. That was the classic op-art.
I think this two direction with the modern industrial style make a really unusual, but pleasant space.
Therefore the logo is based on op-art style lines with musical vibration.
This vibration passes through the whole interior.
INTERIOR ELEMENTS In the foreground there are some posters organized in like a small gallery
on the way to the cloakroom. Pictures about musical legends with their signature and negligible
however telling quotes from the stars. In the entrance of the club there are two optical illusion posters,
which captivate the people.
At the back of the club and there is a special section wrapped soundproofing foam gives the autenthic
I divide the space to thematically parts and consistently numbered them. All parts has other function.
The music and rhythm synonyms what I used on the walls increases the impression.
The aim was people feel the space where where something happens in every moment the visit should
be exciting and eventful.
One of the main element of the interior is the neon sign with the logo. It determines the mood nicely.
In this point meet the op art vibe with one of device from the 80's and modernism together.
At the beginning of the work when when everything has been dismantled inside there remain
two concrete supporting columns and the beautiful ventilating technology on the ceiling .
This two columns helped me to divide the sections. I completed them with copies to imitate the
structure in the long wall next the existing columns, and I duplicate two other because of the symmetry.
The new columns are only half-built because they should not be too large relative to place.
Theese columns determined the central place in the middle of the club face each other. Between the
columns built the first bar and the DJ console framed the dance floor.
I designed a bit quieter spacious area in the same place behind of the DJ console where the music
is not too loud and and people can talk to each other without having to stay out of the party.
The two existing columns got relevant and fun quotes to lift the mood.