An out-of-this-world event design, created in collaboration with a team of video mapping magicians.
In collaboration with Grandpa’s lab, we created an environment from outer space to inspire young minds, to help them focus on their “moonshot” and to learn more about food security. We divided the beautiful space of Convento do Beato, Lisbon, in two with a 40-meter wide wall that simulated a moon crater, creating on one side the conference area and on the other a common area to relax, talk, and party. This area was centered on a 5m high spaceship that also functioned as a DJ booth, as well as various resting pods with black lights where people could rest and write on the walls with fluorescent pens.
To give a more sophisticated look, Grandpa’s Lab worked on the edges of our cardboard creations with LEDs, animating our work by day and by night. And on the last day of the Summit, participants were presented with an amazing video mapping by Grandpa’s Lab that told a story based on the work of Jules Verne.
Project type: Event Design
Client: Thought for Food
Video Mapping and LED show: Grandpa's Lab
Photography: Miguel Quesada
Year: 2015
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