Movie theaters are magical places that transport you to a variety of worlds where imagination is of the utmost importance. There are some impressive retro theaters out there, like the Alamo Drafthouse or the Castro Theatre, but none are as visually arresting as Batek Architekten’s Delphi Lux cinema.
Giving off strong Tron vibes, the cinema in Berlin City’s West District features seven theaters, an expansive foyer, two bars, and a cash desk. Each auditorium is a distinct piece of art, providing a different atmosphere for viewers to absorb. One auditorium features green lines that blast across the ceiling reminiscent of a Star Wars dogfight, another is flooded in neon red, and there’s also a theater that’s pitch black with the network of lights dissolving the boundaries of the room. They all feature angular LED light strips capable of changing colors. Book an airline ticket now and enjoy art within art.
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