Following the installation of energy-efficient Elation lighting and video systems on Quantum of the Seas, Elation Professional products also featured on the second Royal Caribbean Quantum class ship.
Sitting on 5.5 acres of palm tree-lined riverfront property in downtown Fort Lauderdale, the multi-venue theatre and entertainment complex – Broward Center for the Performing Arts – has just completed a $60 million renovation project.
Robe moving lights took centre stage along with an eclectic mix of new and emerging musical talent at Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel venue during the 2015 SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas.
Airstar – inventor of the lighting balloon and provider of lighting solutions for the event industry – deployed 90 Pixocom balloons for the latest edition of Qatar National Day which celebrates Qatar’s unification and independence.
Knoxville, Tennessee-based Faith Promise Church has had to quadruple its sanctuary capacity from 500 to 2,000 to accommodate its increasing number of weekly attendees.
The company has an expanded booth at Prolight+Sound and lots of action, showcasing 10 new products on stands B51 and B61 in Hall 11.
Chauvet Europe helped fight the disorder by lighting its facilities in the UK and Belgium, as well as its US headquarters a bright royal blue to kick off the week leading up to World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.
The IBU World Championships Biathlon 2015 took place in Kontiolahti in Finland early March, in bleak weather conditions. It all started with an unforgettable opening ceremony with a parade of competing athletes from nearly 40 nations and a speaker line-up including the Finnish Prime Minister, Alexander Stubb and President of the International Biathlon Union, Anders Besseberg.
Lighting designer Jean-Jacques Marotte was the go-to guy for event agency DDMC, when it was tasked with the production and creation of the inauguration of the new railway tunnel in the north of Antwerp.
Harman’s Martin Professional Annual Young Lighting Designer Contest, 2015: win a trip to Prolight+Sound 2015, gear and more.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, called one of the most fully immersive works to ever hit Broadway, relies heavily on pixel mapping technology and uses an ETC Eos Titanium (Eos Ti) lighting system.
The VIP event during Modernism Week put on by Land Rover was illuminated by a collection of LED fixtures from Chauvet.
The company has recently acquired nearly 8,000 square metres of land including four large buildings immediately next door to its current main factory premises in Valašské Meziříčí. Robe, which first moved to this facility in 2002, has gradually been buying up other commercial premises along the street.
You would expect an impressive and memorable show to accompany the launch of the newest and largest expo hall in the Middle East … and that was exactly the brief received by lighting designer Eran Klein of Tel Aviv-based creative design practice Cochavi & Klein from show producer, The Gallery.
The opening of ÅF’s new office building in Gothenburg was marked by a spectacular light show, putting the 66 metre high building on the map.
Every Thursday evening, between December and March, various lighting technologies illuminate the French ski resort.
Ambersphere Solutions is hosting a drop-in week at its west London premises, 16-20 February.
Bristol based lighting, visuals and rigging specialist Fineline supplied lighting and rigging equipment and a series of creative solutions for the world premiere of ‘Walking The Chains’.
Lighting and visuals rental company HSL supplied lighting plus all necessary trussing and rigging for 21 pantomimes across the UK during the 2014/15 festive season for panto producer, Qdos.
Maverick Belgian superstar Clouseau rocked the first two (of four) “Clouseau Central” shows at the Antwerp Sportpalais, complete with stage, set, lighting and visuals designed – to match the profile of the occasion – by Luc Peumans from creative design practice, Painting With Light.
The wholly-owned subsidiary of the Czech Republic-based lighting manufacturer – Robe Lighting France S.A.S – will be headquartered in Paris. Above image, left to right: Ingo Dombrowski, Bruno Garros, Josef Valchar (Robe ceo & general manager), Elie Battah, and Harry von den Stemmen.