The new exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany is centered around nightclub culture, its immersive appeal and the inherent design implications. The showroom is curated with photographs, flyers, artworks, outfits and other records that can be tied to iconic establishments from the 60s to the present day.
The Vitra Design Museum offers patrons a look into era-specific nightclub culture and its modern development. In addition, 'Night Fever' includes an immersive exhibition aspect—a "site-specific music and light installation," courtesy of Konstantin Grcic and Matthias Singer.
The perception-heavy venture within the historic development of nightclub culture is not only an intense experience of a pop culture phenomenon, it also highlights the strong architectural and design-driven connotations it can have on the industry.
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