The TPI Awards 2019 nominations are open and we would love it if you can nominate STUFISH Entertainment Architects for ‘The Mark Fisher Set Designer of the Year’ award no. #15 for any of our designs during 2018 which included…
Beyoncé at Coachella
Beyoncé & Jay - Z OTR II
Elton John - Farewell Yellow Brick Road
U2 - experience + innocence
The Rolling Stones - No Filter
Mumford + Sons - Delta
Giudizio Universale - Theatre Spectacular
Michael Bublé - Hyde Park Festival
Helene Fischer - Spürst Du Das
Softcell - Say Hello, Wave Goodbye
Queen & Adam Lambert - The Crown Jewels
Please go to the website and fill in the form here: https://www.tpiawards.com/enter/ before 30th November
There’s also no. #26 ‘Live Production of the Year’ so if you have a favourite STUFISH project from 2018 please enter it in this category!
The form is super easy to fill in and you don’t need to nominate in every category.
Thanks so much and spread the word!
Taking a final Moment inside #thebarricage . Tonight, 13 November 2018 marks the last performance of the @u2#u2eitour . This is the end of a journey that started in 2013 when we met with the band to talk about the Innocence tour #u2ietour . Mark Fisher was still with us and many ideas discussed in the first weekend have continued to inspire the creative decisions for the shows for the last 5 years. Working with all the amazing people that are on the creative team, the crew, the production team and everyone at Live Nation has been an honour. At the heart of the stage design is the Barricage. A floating structure that forms the centre piece of the design. With see through video screens and integrated lighting and a flying catwalk inside, the structure divides the arena down the centre and becomes a pivotal player in the show. Whether the band are inside, or descending from it, standing below it or divided by it, this amazing construction has delivered intimate and immersive staging and lasting memories for everyone that has seen the show or been part of it. Thank you to everyone. #williewilliams#esdevlin#jakeberry#bono#theedge#morleighsteinberg#jooherlihy#sharonblankson#adamclayton#larrymullenjr#gavinfriday#treatmentstudio#prg#taittowers#u2#entertainmentarchitecture#stagedesign#stufishstudio#stufish
On This Day in 2010, The Asian Games opening Ceremony began!
The stadium was built on Haixinsha Island in the Pearl River. The seating grandstand faced a boat-shaped park containing lakes, promenades, fountains and masts. The area closest to the grandstand formed a broad wet/dry stage surrounded by a deep water channel.
The stage area was large enough to hold the 9,000 athletes. A simple system of sluices and pumps allowed the surface to be flooded to a depth of 100mm and quickly drained.
The stage area was separated from the rest of the park by four 85m tall nautical-style masts. Each mast was square-rigged with two 25m tall concertina-folding LED screens. In their down position the screens stored on spars; raised up they formed video screens and surfaces upon which acrobat-artists could perform.