Marissa over at TrendHunter spotted this one...a Brazilian disco illuminated entirely by LED's. THe house DJ's came up with a design concept inspired by native basket-weaving. Molded translucent panels hide banks of computer-programmed LED's which are controlled at the DJ booth to the time of the music. 

LED's (light-emitting diodes) use about 1/10th the electricity of standard bulbs and have the added benefit of programmable color-shifting, enabling the DJ to control the vibe both through sound and light.

There's no shortage of energy at this place. Check it out in action:

Crazy LED disco: High style, low energy
Club NOX in Brazil redefines disco style using computer-programmed LED's.