Creative Bus Conversion: Public Transit Turned Russian Night Club

Russian Entrepreneurs Turn Old Public Transportation Bus into an Awesome Night-Club on Wheels.

Now here’s a fun and creative way to re-use a junky old decommissioned city bus: turn it into a rolling night club. A group of Russian entrepreneurs purchased an Ikarus 280 public transportation vehicle, ripped out the interior until there was nothing but a bare frame, and then used it as a shell to house their own version of a party bus, decking it out with leather sofas, televisions and more.

Russian Entrepreneurs Turn Old Public Transportation Bus into an Awesome Night-Club on Wheels.

Located in St. Petersburg, the Barbus Maxi is now Russia’s largest and most expensive party bus and has its own dance floor, lounge, fully-stocked bar, and even a restroom. It rolls down the streets of the city each night, picking up customers and giving them a place to party until they reach their next stop.

Russian Entrepreneurs Turn Old Public Transportation Bus into an Awesome Night-Club on Wheels.

Looking at the photos of the inside, you’d never guess what its former purpose was. Colored lights beam down onto highly reflective surfaces as fog from a smoke machine swirls around the interiors. A carved wooden sideboard conceals two refrigerators holding the drinks. The exterior is plastered with graphic black-and-white pop art imagery.

Russian Entrepreneurs Turn Old Public Transportation Bus into an Awesome Night-Club on Wheels.

This is one clever and creative bus conversion – see more buses that have been turned into rolling homes. Photos via WENN.COM

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