Event Design

Event design requires a unique blend of creative vision, problem solving skills, and technical ability. This design genre covers events as large as the Olympics and as small as themed parties, and everything in-between: live shows, festivals, parades, corporate events, and weddings. Like most areas of entertainment design, event design relies on a visionary concept, talented design execution (from lighting and 3D projections to fireworks and set design), and precise coordination of performers and special effects.


The Floating Opera Stage of the Bregenz Festival, Austria

Posted on January 27, 2012

One of the world’s most amazing opera stages floats on Lake Constance along the shore of Bregenz, Austria. The Seebühne (or floating stage) is just one of several venues that ...

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The 10 Most Creative Themed Cakes Ever Made

Posted on January 19, 2012

What's a celebration without cake? And if there's going to be cake on hand, why not have it decorated to suit the occasion. As great enthusiasts of themed experiences, it ...

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The Crystal Ball That Rings in The New Year for One Billion People Worldwide

Posted on December 31, 2011

With New Year’s Eve just one day away, many are still scrambling to locate the most exciting party at which to ring in the new year; but for about 1 ...

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An Untraditional Take on Christmas Lighting Along the Champs Élysées

Posted on December 24, 2011

We’ve already given due attention to the festive Christmas window displays in New York City, so today we’d like to take you across the Atlantic to Paris, France, where the ...

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The World’s First 360 Degree Water Screen at Ocean Park, Hong Kong

Posted on December 15, 2011

No matter where you sit while watching Symbio, a nightly light and water show at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park, you are guaranteed a good view of the action. Unlike many ...

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“Just Imagine” What You’ll See at the 2012 Rose Parade

Posted on December 14, 2011

“Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose,” Gertrude Stein once wrote as the opening line of her poem, Sacred Emily. If this line of poetry doesn’t convince ...

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A Look at The Holiday Window Displays of NYC’s Department Stores

Posted on December 9, 2011

The winter holidays always bring out the best in us. They fill our hearts with joy, kindness, and compassion, just as they fill our bellies with eggnog and cider. But ...

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Radio City Christmas Spectacular Kicks Up Its Heels in 3D

Posted on December 7, 2011

Since it first opened in 1933, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular has been one of  New York City’s most beloved Christmas traditions. Millions of visitors file into Radio City Music ...

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Singapore Resort Now Home to The World’s Largest Animatronic Creatures

Posted on November 30, 2011

If you thought animatronics were a thing of the past, you’ll definitely be rethinking your position on this matter after you check out the Crane Dance at Resorts World Sentosa. ...

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German Drachenfest Takes Renaissance Faire to a New Level

Posted on November 21, 2011

Just recently, we discussed the old English charm of California’s Renaissance Faire and Dickens Christmas Faire. Renaissance Faires are completely unique in the world of entertainment design because every aspect ...

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