Léa Rime is a French-Swiss architect and scenographer born in 1996. Focused on responding to contemporary issues, she shows her interest by positioning herself, developing and addressing social themes that are in sync with the reality of our current society.
In this project the Nightclub acts as an experimental laboratory. It’s 8 p.m. Inside, a labyrinth of mobile shelves allows night owls to lose their bearings while remaining in control of the experience they want to live. The scale of the spaces responds to the different sociabilities, situations and practices: from collective dancing to one-on-one, from discretion to excess. The light guides the crowd through the shadows and creates revelations and concealments, closeness and isolation so that everyone can have their own clubbing experience. A musical-poetic experience that constructs, in a circumscribed space, artificial landscapes through the programmed interaction of electronic devices of sound, light and smoke. At 6 a.m. the building changes shape to accommodate a day program.