Mutuus Studio designs inclusive Supernova nightclub in Seattle

A giant disco ball holds the DJ booth at this nightclub in Seattle, designed by local firm Mutuus Studio to be a “safe and welcoming environment for women, BIPOC, and all members of the LGBTQIA+ community”.

Supernova was established by DJ Zac Levine with Mutuus Studio, GMD Custom and several artists as an inclusive art and entertainment space.

The Supernova nightclub is centred around a DJ booth inside a hemispherical disco ball

The nightclub occupies a 6,500-square-foot (604-square-metre) timber warehouse building built in 1937 in Seattle’s SoDo neighbourhood, which was transformed by the team into a two-floor venue.

“Supernova’s guiding principle was to create a safe and welcoming environment for women,

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