A white tent doesn’t always need to be white. Especially when it’s a lounge tent at the Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago. Yards of colorful fabric were attached & draped to create a colorful canopy spanning the tent. A welcome surprise inside the tent. Lighting, furniture and vendor product placement were all put in place. • Read More »
Not every hotel ballroom is attractive. Unless you like beige air walls. Frequently, the bride & the wedding planner want the room to look nicer than it really is. Sometimes the best way to do that is to complete cover the room with drapery. Creating a dramatic tent effect while still in the comfort & • Read More »
Always looking for a new tradition, this holiday season was greeted with a circus-themed Corporate Holiday Party. Guests were transported from their offices to the Park West which had been converted to a magical circus tent. With yards of blue, red & yellow fabric draped from the ceiling, the canopy effect spanned the entire room. • Read More »
The Museum of Science & Industry was originally built as part of the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893. The historic building has withstood the test of time… and yet every now & again, the World’s Fair returns to its home. If even for just one night & one big party! A stunning, draped canopy illuminates • Read More »
With wonderful exhibits, relics, antiquities and thematic vignettes, Chicago’s Museum of Science & Industry was the perfect location to host a “World’s Fair” theme event. With dramatic draping in the rotunda, and striking lighting throughout, the museum was transformed back to the days of carnival barkers & fan dancers!