After 12 years, Clube Disco in Sao Paulo, Brazil just got a major facelift. The night club reemerged this past fall looking flashy and retro thanks to architects Guto Requena and Mauricio Arruda. The dance floor now features a computer program called MADRIX that controls 250 linear meters of LED tape on metallic rails throughout the club. The facility is able to create fantastic light shows that highlight parts of the music.
The club drew inspiration for its redesign from 1970s Brazilian style. The space now contains vintage black leather furniture, brand new acrylic fixtures, and a new sound system, which combine to create the perfect space to entertain and be entertained.