the most 'instagramable' and 'art ooze' spots in 2017
THE PRADA DOUBLE CLUB MIAMI
Presented by Fondazione Prada, “The Prada Double Club Miami” by Carsten Höller is the ultimate art installation of the Maison which brings an open nightclub to the Miami panorama, consisted on neon, plastic and wild vegetation. This space was open from 5 to 7 December 2017, on the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach.
Let’s explore the best of two worlds, brought together in two adjacent locations, without any concession to fusion, a kind of schizophrenic wonderland (if only “schizophrenia” could be positively used to describe the double sidedness which is at the heart of beauty).
The cradle of the sneaker culture has a new space in Soho, Manhattan. Ronnie Fieg, the owner of this sneaker head temple decided to move from its old store to grab a new space in Lafayette. Composed by simple and high resistance materials its space counts with a cast concrete floor, stainless steel or aluminum furnitures and of course, NEON. This light technique seems to be a continuos trend and al sure bet for any space.
This hidden space in Madrid seems to be hotter than the X cinema that was hosted in this space 20 years ago. Sala Equis is an artistic, pure essence environment when 'madrileña' scene has fun. Once again, neon, velvet and simple but flashy materials create the perfect place to your perfect set, and why not, enjoy those wooden swings.
Foodies, we've found it. The place to create your perfect previous eating picture. They understood that we need some time and light before graving the fork and the spoon. That's why they created the most "instagramable" restaurant in London. Exquisite decoration for its drinks, geometric tiling, delicious dishes and Instagram kits to all attendees.
SUPREME STORE BROOKLYN
October 5th, Grand St. This space opened its doors to host the new Supreme Store. Visible pipes, industrial look and feel, undecorated walls, small wooden bowl set with red metal legs and concrete benches.
This store also counts with a red brick facade, a classic at Williamsburg.