Exquisite Venues of London

Exquisite Venues of London from Stichting Kunstboek BVBA
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Whether you're after a hardcore night out, want to pull an all-weekend dance rave or are on the lookout for something more laid back, away from the neonglow and glitterballs, London city will never disappoint. Many of London's famed party places started out as illegal venues in abandoned warehouses, railway arches, derelict market halls or huge deserted factories which makes them interesting not only from a cultural and sociological, but also from an architectural point of view. After documenting the charms of Parisian brasserie culture last year, photographer Henk van Cauwenbergh now captures the essence of London's buzzing clubscene and the city's most iconic nightlife venues.

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Exquisite Venues of London
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Whether you're after a hardcore night out, want to pull an all-weekend dance rave or are on the lookout...
Whether you're after a hardcore night out, want to pull an all-weekend dance rave or are on the lookout for something more laid back, away from the neonglow and glitterballs, London city will never disappoint. Many of London's famed party places started out as illegal venues in abandoned warehouses, railway arches, derelict market halls or huge deserted factories which makes them interesting not only from a cultural and sociological, but also from an architectural point of view. After documenting the charms of Parisian brasserie culture last year, photographer Henk van Cauwenbergh now captures the essence of London's buzzing clubscene and the city's most iconic nightlife venues.
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