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OZONE Nightclub Interior Design by Wonderwall

Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, also known as the world’s tallest hotel, is definitely a luxurious structure with high standards and a lot of surprising spaces inside. One of them is OZONE, a new nightclub designed by Japanese-based Wonderwall. Located at the 118st floor of the hotel, OZONE occupies most of the top floor and terrace. Masamachi Katayama, head of the Wonderwall Studio, declared that OZONE has been designed as a place full of surprises and excitement at every turn.

That’s exactly what the final result looks like. In fact, the nightclub is so busy and colorful that you don’t even know where to look first and you might easily get lost in there. The club was designed around a very special theme called “Edenic Experiment”. It’s an artificial, imaginary world, with a dynamic and interactive atmosphere.

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As you enter, there’s a foyer featuring floor-to-ceiling curtains and a very lound geometric floor pattern. The same pattern can also be seen on walls or on the ceiling in some areas. The columns are hidden by wavy three dimensional sculptures that constantly solicit the attention and imagination of those present. The OZONE nightclub is one of the most colorful and dynamic places in this category, offering a unique experience to those in search for fun.

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Posted in Interiors on August 24, 2011

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