*70년대 브라질 빈티지 디스코 클럽 [ Guto Requena And Mauricio Arruda ] The Ultimate Brazilian DISCO


70년대 브라질 밤의 세계로 인도합니다.

디스코바의 인테리어 디자인을 이루는 요소는 1970년대 브라질 디자인에서 옵니다.

브라질 디자인에서 모자이크와 다양한 컬러를 사용하여 아이텐티를 정의하는

주요한 재료인 세라믹타일은 여기 바와 화장실을 디자인하는 요소로 사용되며

또다시 빈티지 공간을 완성합니다.

또한 내부 전체 공간을 차지하는 댄스플로워와 VIP공간은

믹싱 블랙 패브릭과 PVC 스트링을 사용하여 다크하면서도 섹시한 그러면서도

남성미가 물씬 풍기는 공간으로 연출됩니다.

-이러한 공간을 연출시키는데 블랙 패브릭과 우드로 만들어진

빈티지 암체어도 한 몫 하고 있습니다.-

조금은 덜 세련된 공간이 오히려 더 공간을 즐기기에 적합하지 않을까요?


reviewed by SJ



The Brazilian designers of Estúdio Guto Requena and the team of architect Mauricio Arruda have joined forces to create the refurbishment of the ultimate Brazilian DISCO in São Paulo. The result is everything that an all night music obsessed clubber has ever dreamed of. The concept of the space was crystal clear from the very beginning to both designers ‘Brazility’, one word that captures all the essence with no further questions needed.  The look of the brief was that of an underground club with exposed pipework and other industrial-looking infrastructure features combined with the use of digital technologies and mixing interaction.

One can honestly say that their brief has been executed 100% successfully. Starting in the main space, the most important & by far most impressive factor of the design is the club’s main ambient which was rotated in order to give prominence to the DJ and his or her decks. Everything was designed around this feature’s positioning which means that when you know that it is all about the music you are more then half way there.
The DISCO consists of three bars, three VIP areas, the largest of which is equipped to convert itself into a stage for shows as well as a smoker’s area. The cashier’s desk, of which there are three, minimizes the long queues of expectant clubbers outside.




The amount of structural detailing needed in order to create the different ambience for every room was proceeded with both cleverly and flexibly. For example, the ceiling was lowered above the bars and VIP areas where the mood had to be more reserved. Conversely, the ceiling was heightened above the dance floor, exposing beams and infrastructure, collaborating with the electro-underground mood created by the lighting project. Also an antechamber to the smokers’ area was created in order to preserve the acoustics.

In terms of materials and furniture, everything was selected and custom made inspired by 70’s Brazilian Design. The ceramics in the bars and bathrooms contribute to the identity of the space; where this typically Brazilian material is used in mosaics and colorful combinations of pieces and grouts. New furniture was designed for the VIP areas and dance floor, mixing black fabrics and PVC strings. The sexy, dark, masculine atmosphere is complemented in the VIP area by a selection of vintage armchairs in black leather and wood.

Of course we have left the club’s most iconic feature retelling the space’s twelve-year history to last. This is the tunnel which has been designed by Brazilian artist Kleber Mateus. In order to reveal its history and textures, the present tunnel discloses recollections of the club’s faithful habitués.

And with this as a closing, what else can we say bedsides DANCE BABY DANCE!



from  yatzer


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