Dublin has long been known for its vibrant nightlife, and a new series of tents are being made for people who want to stay up late.
The new tents, which are being marketed as “All you need is the tent”, are priced at €1,000 for a four-person tent, €1.5, €2, €3, and €4 per person, with some priced up to €5,000.
The design is inspired by the tent seen in the iconic 1984 movie The Breakfast Club, with a large mesh tent roof that allows you to see through and also lets you sleep in a separate room.
Dublin city council commissioned the tent to give a “fresh new look to the city’s nightlife”.
“Dubois’ iconic design of the Breakfast Club is a perfect match with the new designs of All You Need is the Tent.””
Dublin’s “All You Need” tents are designed by the design house The Coen Brothers, who designed the iconic Breakfast Club tent in 1984.”
Dubois’ iconic design of the Breakfast Club is a perfect match with the new designs of All You Need is the Tent.”
Dublin’s “All You Need” tents are designed by the design house The Coen Brothers, who designed the iconic Breakfast Club tent in 1984.
The first “All-you-need” tent was created in Dublin by Dublin’s renowned outdoor-artist Peter and Lana Coen, and is known as “The Coen Tent”.
The Coens have designed many other iconic outdoor-art installations including the iconic Dublin skyline, the Eiffel Tower, the Gherkin Tower, and many others.
A number of similar tents were also commissioned in the UK in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and are still in use today.
The Coens also designed the “Panda Tent” which was used by the London Underground, and the “Eagle Tent” that was used on the Great Wall of China.