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Silencio nightclub opens in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen

The venue’s interior draws inspiration from David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’.

Photo credit: Pauline Shapiro – Vogue

Silencio, the well-known nightclub franchise, opened its latest venue in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City on February 15th, just a short distance from Central Park.

The club’s interior, characterized by a bold, all-red theme, is the creation of Harry Nuriev and is inspired by David Lynch’s famous TV series, ‘Twin Peaks’. Open from Thursday to Saturday until 4 AM, Silencio is a nightlife hotspot that celebrates both local and international talent. Its Parisian sister club has already hosted renowned artists like Peggy Gou, Kaytranada, Chloé Caillet, and Yves Tumor.

“We’re enchanted by the neighborhood’s rich history and aspire to be a go-to destination,” Silencio’s founder, Arnaud Frisch, told Vogue.

The name ‘Silencio’ originates from Club Silencio, a theater in Lynch’s 2001 film, ‘Mulholland Drive’.

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