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Four pop-up clubs set parallel in four different cities over four consequent weekends was the project description.

Although the four designated spaces varied and differed vastly (in original use, dimensions, etc) the identity and look had to be the same. By establishing an identical backdrop and eliminating the individual character of the different spaces, room was made for a new layer to come; made of hundreds of fluorescent tubes light suspended from the ceiling. It created a new and seemingly immaterial architecture of lights; having a maze like effect redefining each space and altering ones perception of it.

Although eventually not realized, this project was a fascinating ride to the border between the two and the three dimensional worlds; 

Design: Nitzan Cohen, Axel Schindlbeck

Planning time: 2008

Client: L&M

Images: Axel Schindlbeck

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