Sustainable Dance Club Design

When someone says ‘sustainable architecture’ usually they mean a home or office – rarely a hopping dance club. The signature move in this eco-friendly hot-spot is the dance floor which is lit from below with LEDs powered by the kinetic motion of the dancers on it. Other sustainable moves include waterless urinals and rainwater reuse for the other toilets. In the future, the club hopes to use the ‘floor power’ to generate energy for more than just the lights below – possibly even to light up the whole place and/or power the sound or other systems. (Source)