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First large-scale exhibition to examine the relationship between club culture and design.
By charting the evolution of nightclubs since the 1960s, from Studio 54, where Andy Warhol was a regular, to the Haçienda in Manchester, designed by Ben Kelly with graphic design by Peter Saville, this exhibition explores how architecture and interior design merge with sound, light, fashion, graphics and visual effects to create hugely influential epicentres of pop culture.
Developed by the Vitra Design Museum and ADAM - Brussels Design Museum, it includes films, photography, posters, flyers, and fashion, as well as light and music installations.