Most wooden components were put together in the forest, with the heaviest one (a bridge) weighing seven tonnes. We used fifty tonnes of timber and six tonnes of aggregates (sand to pebbles). Glass-fibre and resin boulders sprinkled with South African sand were our lightest structures. The thick beams of a giant ceiling-suspended cube evoked terror and awe, although the contraption weighed a mere sixty kilograms. A Jeep on our bridge seemed to be suspended in thin air.
A genuine World War II Willys awaited crossing on a river bank, real reeds rustling and whispering. The stream was the only component missing for budget shortage reasons. Armchairs and a table were carved from trunks.
Animal skins were thrown on seats.
Exhibition photographs were sealed in large Plexiglas sheets, and nailed to a non-stripped pine wall. A bough with forest meadow flowers adorned a massive countertop; wooden chests were prepared to hold folders and gadgets.
It was a fully perfect stand.
We apply the same diligence to any open-air event.
We handpick tents, furniture, masts, flags, and flowers, all chosen to suit the project and its scale. We can design and use any stage or scenography technique imaginable.
We can design and develop any idea specified by the Client, such as the original Dodge brand sponsorship label for the Warsaw Zoological Garden.