Take a close look how was designed and produced a fashion show of 4F, presenting a collection for the Polish Olympics team in Rio.
Hall Expo XXI in whole blackening: wall floor flat mild scene imitating the Olympic stadium with a swimming pool in the middle. The whole light chandelier has been hanged in the center.
The wall was installed multimedia company logo 4F built with screen LED display animations and visuals matched the presentation. Event was recorded by television which required hanging a large number of lighting including lamps profile.
Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2016 has yet again set a new all-time high in viewership and engagement, it was the biggest eSports event in ESL history.
The finals of the tenth Intel Extreme Masters season were seen by more than 34 million unique viewers – a staggering 32% increase on last year. The three-day main event itself saw 113,000 fans stream into the Spodek arena and IEM Expo, with the finals of each Intel Extreme Masters tournament taking place in front of 10,000 fans in the sold-out stadium.
The ESL relied on the experience of ARAM for the planning, design and technical production of all 5 stages including giant main stage and also 11 trade fairs booths. ARAM was responsible for the concepts and the complete technical and set designs of all stages including rental of lighting, multimedia, scenic, audio, trussing, rigging as well as custom made automation systems.
More than 1000 lights including Clay Paky Mythos, Sharpy, Super Sharpy, Vari Lites and Robe has been used. Fourlight LED screens and curtains has been provided in total amount of 400 square meters, multimedia includes HDX and HDF series Barco projectors as well as FSN live switching system.
Stages were designed by Adam Tyszka (light designer) and Michal Mrzyglocki (technical production and creative director from Aram). Technical in-house pre-production and execution on-site has been conducted by internal Aram team that specialize in e-sports events.
There is no concerts or festival like New Year’s Eve in the city!. They tend to be a visual and acoustic experience for those who attend but a challenge for the technicians behind the stage.
Technical and logistical requirements are diverse, and the expectations for lighting, video and live sound are very high. Every production today features videos and live broadcasts on LED screens, which are often associated with complex kinetic designs.
Our process begins with a consultation to gain an understanding of the desired look and feel of the show or event. We take great efforts to cater each stage design into the architectural environment, while exclusively customizing the look and feel to match your needs.
No detail is too small, no project is too large, so whether your project requires 8 or 180 lights, we are experts at integrating all the design and technologies necessary to provide an unparalleled experience.
See what we did for New Year’s Eve Stage and let’s us know about your next show!
P.S. ARAM has a presence in 39 countries around the world. Through our membership of the AV Alliance, a global network of high quality AV companies, we have access to equipment and
event logistics locally in any country.