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The club sandwich

(or the den of three philanthropists looking for a special place)…
Here I am entering a little archway in the middle of the district of the Grottes. Some old music echoes from the back of the room. The layout is pampered while the decoration is delicate; the atmosphere is cosy. I feel welcomed.

Lauren, Julien and Boris are the three sunny spirits of this concept. They are all graduates of the HEAD school. “Lolo” graduated in interior design; “Jul” and “bobo” (nicknames are a must) graduated in visual communications. Their desire to create something out of the ordinary gave birth to this UFO in Geneva. They all work as free-lance in order to support their needs and maintain this association.

Their goal? To create an unusual place where people can simply meet; to develop a network of energies inside a dynamic group; inspire through temporary commercial and cultural events. Here are a few examples of their activities:

Pop up store and exhibition
On a monthly basis.
Nos yoga
Weekly courses of Hatha yoga.
Sundayoga
Monthly courses of yoga with a Sunday brunch.
Babines
Every second and fourth Wednesday of the month, enjoy a private screening with buffet.
Local market
Local producers deliver their products and you can even have your fridge.
Brand New Second Hand
This is a trimester meeting for sneakers lovers.

And many many more activities which you can discover on their website… Consume as much as you like!

Photography © R. Bowring
Rue des Grottes 28, 1201 Geneva
+41227337070

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