The founders of T Shakhi’s are two Lebanese-Polish sisters and architects, Tessa & Tara Sakhi. Each talent, local or international, that shares their passion and knowledge in order to constantly stimulate exchange, contrast, heterogeneity, and hybridity in the projects undertaken. Therefore, creating a diverse pattern: one that is less focused on trends and more constructed on human interactions, cultural evolution and the notion of identity in today’s world. So for today Design Gallerist brings to you T SAKHI’s Portable Nightclub.
The artist transforms landmark into a party destination. T SAKHI adds an additional layer on Beirut’s sporting club beach with the design of a mountable and dismountable structure, which can transform the coastal landmark into an open-air nightclub in just a few hours. Central to the design is a large floating ring that flashes different light patterns and colors according to the beat of the music.
The two lebanese-polish sister architects behind ‘fleeting hearts – decks on the beach’, Tessa & tara Sakhi, have used three portable structures to organize the space: the DJ booth, the dance floor and the 12-meter long bar, which faces the sea.
At the entrance, thin, translucent panels create niches for intimate moments and prepare visitors for the exciting structure that follows. the ring, whose form is in dialogue with the Ferris wheel located nearby, defines the center of the dancefloor and sets the mood with lights in various colors.
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