While London's clubbing scene seems to be losing its puff right now, Geneva's is very much blowing up - thanks to the opening of an inflatable nightclub in the city. The club, called Shelter, was commissioned by the Federation of Swiss Architects to host their annual get together (those guys clearly know how to party). Its kinky structure, inspired by subterranean architecture, is made entirely of black PVC. Step inside and you'll find a bar, dancefloor, DJ booth and a variety of blow-up furnishings, including seats and tables. Thanks to the fact that it can be easily deflated, it's also portable. Bureau A, the Swiss design studio behind the project, describes it as a 'mysterious black vessel' that reveals 'the black hole of a neat and well organised society'. Sounds like a gas.
Meanwhile, LA now has Drake-themed yoga classes. Jel.