Disparate Cultures Mingle at Temporary Night Club

Disparate Cultures Mingle at Temporary Night Club
Design
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 2 december 2008

German artist Carsten Holler’s longtime fascination with the Democratic Republic of Congo has grown into an experimental vision for a temporary night club where Congolese culture collides with its Western counterpart in subtle and interesting ways.   Named the Double Club, Holler’s project is both a music venue and restaurant that seeks to draw clear aesthetic lines between the two worlds while at the same time creating a unifying experience for the attendees.

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