i360 Brighton Pier

Technical

i360 Brighton Pier - Technical - Production Bureau

The Challenge

Our client required a visual feast for one of their key annual events staged at British Airways i360 in Brighton – the world’s tallest moving observation tower. This impressive feat of architecture and the iconic ruined pier were the focal points for the event which, along with the ground level conference venue, required a lighting treatment that would stun the delegates.

The Solution

Our solution was focussed around the G-Spot intelligent fixtures. Weather proof lighting that delivered maximum flexibility and movement along with an impressive throw and focus capabilities. We decided against an LED wash due to the lack of vibrancy this would create. Our approach to the logistics was fundamental in delivering a quality result – we negotiated access to the venue for 24 hours prior allowing us to fully test the lighting and ensure we could leave everything in place meaning no last minute logistical issues. With one lighting desk we decided to create a wireless and hard-wired DMX supply due to the various physical levels involved – in this sense we ran two event lighting set-ups simultaneously.

The Outcome

Not only was the client and their guests delighted with the event but the public in Brighton were wowed when we went live. The impact created a sense of wonder and pride within the guests setting up an incredibly successful event.

Testimonials

The LittleBrown video was pretty sensational stuff: funny, endearing but also cinematic & inspirational.

Georgina Moore

@ Little Brown

You are a design genius. Looks fantastic.

Allison Abley

@ Almirall

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