Club Silencio: David Lynch’s Paris Nightclub [Pics]

Club Silencio: David Lynch’s Paris Nightclub [Pics]
Design

A look inside the new club designed by the popular movie director.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 september 2011

Silencio is a new nightclub located in the heart of Paris, with an interior designed by director and artist David Lynch. Named after the club from his 2001 Academy Award nominated film Mulholland Drive, the 2,100-square-foot space is made up of a series of intimate rooms. There is a live stage with a reflective dance floor, an intimate art library, a cocooned sitting lounge, and a spacious 24-seat cinema scheduled by MK2, amongst others. Each room evokes Lynch’s visual style through the combined elements of architecture, furniture, artwork, texture and lighting. He achieved this by working with designer Raphael Navot, architectural agency Enia and light designer Thierry Dreyfus.

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