Anatomy of an Event Part 2: Design Services

Rendering of the 2016 NHL All-Star Game by ATOMIC's Design team

Projects of all shapes and sizes come through ATOMIC’s door at all different stages of the process – we wrote about how the event process starts with Production Services and now we’ll take a look at the next phase: Design! Our Design team lives for the challenge of transforming abstract concepts, napkin sketches or brand logos into fully-realized stage designs. 

Taking a look at the 2016 NHL All-Star Game, ATOMIC received the call to create the look for the high energy music experiences between the hockey action. The Design team created multiple looks to present to the client. These sketches were drawn by designer Andi Blady with input from various members of the Design team.



In addition to providing sketches, the Design team creates renderings for a life-like view of the venue and design. After the client settled on a final look for the entertainment portion of the All-Star Game, we provided the final rendering package which included all the venue, lighting and video aspects of this project. The renderings give the client a realistic view of the final design from many different angles. These renderings were created by designer Charlie Cook, depicting the final look of the 2016 NHL All-Star Game. 

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After the renderings are complete, the Design team works with our Set Construction team to make the project come to life. You can take a look at the final 2016 NHL All-Star game here and stay tuned for the next phase of the Anatomy of an Event: Set Construction.

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