9 Ways to Incorporate a Venue’s Architecture into Event Design

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9 Ways to Incorporate a Venue’s Architecture into Event Design

Architectural details have influenced events celebrating significant cultural institutions and other buildings.

Event designers seek inspiration in diverse places: books, movies, art, travel, and more. For some events, designers and producers look no further than the venue’s own walls for inspiration, drawing from the dramatic, historic, or otherwise significant architecture as influences for decor and other details. It’s a tactic often employed during the launch of a new museum, easily recognizable for its distinguished architecture; for instance, the brand-new Broad museum, which opened in September in Los Angeles, had its wild white façade interpreted through intricate tabletop decor.

 

 

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