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Project approach

First quick sketch

When you want that image in your head to turn into a realistic concept, the first step you should take, is getting it on paper. Together with our clients we have brainstorm sessions to generate ideas and best possible options for the stage design. We can have the meetings at your office or at our work shop, which ever you prefer. The most important thing is that we really get to know each others vision during those sessions so we can come up with a good first sketch. When you’re content with the result, we’ll continue to the next phase.

3D sketch

In this phase, our graphic designer will create a 3D image that’s based on the first sketch plus additional input of our client and 20Tree’s creative department. After his work is done, you’ll have a clear image of what the concept will look like when it’s actually build. Together we’ll look at the result to make some adjustments if needed and when you give us a ‘go’, we’ll go on to the next step.

Official layher drawing

We don’t want to limit ourselves during the designing phases of a project, so we only decide on the drawing of the layher construction áfter the creative process is finalised. This is the technical part. By working closely together with the layher constructors and sound- & light engineers, we make sure that every aspect of the stage (speakers, lights etc) are placed in a way that’s safe and will benefit the bigger picture of the event. The official layher drawing(s) will contain all these technical details and when we have its final result.. we can proceed to constructing.

Realisation

In the last phase, of course, we will actually build everything that we designed together. Ninety percent of the outer layer will be prefabricated and stored in our workshop so it can be placed on location when requested. This way, we’ll spend less time on building and have more time to focus on creative details and finetuning of the construction in the last days before the production.

First quick sketch

When you want that image in your head to turn into a realistic concept, the first step you should take, is getting it on paper. Together with our clients we have brainstorm sessions to generate ideas and best possible options for the stage design. We can have the meetings at your office or at our work shop, which ever you prefer. The most important thing is that we really get to know each others vision during those sessions so we can come up with a good first sketch. When you’re content with the result, we’ll continue to the next phase.

3D sketch

In this phase, our graphic designer will create a 3D image that’s based on the first sketch plus additional input of our client and 20Tree’s creative department. After his work is done, you’ll have a clear image of what the concept will look like when it’s actually build. Together we’ll look at the result to make some adjustments if needed and when you give us a ‘go’, we’ll go on to the next step.

Official layher drawing

We don’t want to limit ourselves during the designing phases of a project, so we only decide on the drawing of the layher construction áfter the creative process is finalised. This is the technical part. By working closely together with the layher constructors and sound- & light engineers, we make sure that every aspect of the stage (speakers, lights etc) are placed in a way that’s safe and will benefit the bigger picture of the event. The official layher drawing(s) will contain all these technical details and when we have its final result.. we can proceed to constructing.

Realisation

In the last phase, of course, we will actually build everything that we designed together. Ninety percent of the outer layer will be prefabricated and stored in our workshop so it can be placed on location when requested. This way, we’ll spend less time on building and have more time to focus on creative details and finetuning of the construction in the last days before the production.