Bar and Club Design
A toast to the world's hippest nocturnal venues, this book explores cutting-edge interiors that provide the setting for the vibrant nightlife of international cities. Featuring sections on Bars and Restaurant Bars, Hotel Bars and Clubs, it contains an introductory essay that places the development of bars and clubs in a socio-historic context. The lively commentary on each project examines the individual design responses to the differing venues. Showcasing the best after-dark playgrounds, it includes work by leading designers such as Fabio Novembre, Michael Young, Michael Graves, Philippe Starck and David Collins.
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