London nightclub Fabric launches this week in Smithfield’s. Interiors are by Forward Architecture and bar design group Alchemist of ChÃ© and The Met Bar fame. London group Intro created the identity, signage and stationery, with light and sound by Most Technical. Fabric features Europe’s first bass- loaded ‘bodysonic’ vibrating dance floor. Intro director John Ford says: ‘We wanted to design the club so that some of the original elements would still be there in ten or 15 years time’.
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