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Kubik – Urban Light Club

Do you know “Kubik”? It’s a mobile, luminous, open-air club, designed by the creative minds of Modulorbeat, a German architecture and Design group.

[youtube GH7V8i2rL0E Kubik Barcelona]

It depends on a so called “Big Tanks” concept, what makes it possible to build a spatial, illuminated, temporary installation of large tanks, in which there are lights that can light up by the rhythm of the beat. Each tank can be controlled individually.

In summer of 2006, the installation was realized for the first time as “Kubik Berlin Open-Air Club” on a vacant lot near the Spree. But also in Barcelona and Milan, the impressive club was already on the ground.

In my opinion “Kubik” is another evolutionary step towards more open-air parties. So out of the clubs and make your own (mobile) party! A must in this weather!

For more photos and info, visit modulorbeat.de.

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  1. These kubic parties are perfect to operate on a small scale on remote beaches on magnetic island queensland australia.only 100 people to start with and evry two weeks then grow to 3000 in 12 months.I started full moon parties at base magnetic but unfortunately drunk australians ruin the atmosphere so i cater for only backpackers and university students.
    This art is the best i have seen after running illegal parties in israel miami and mexico
    Fantastic art and great work
    any info or advice would be appreciated

    Tony Suncat Sailing

  2. Dear Guys
    How do i light the cubes and are they full of clear water
    Many Thanks Tony

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