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Bounce installed PVC piping and VersaTubes on the ceiling at "The Artist's Museum Happening” Museum of Contemporary Art gala, for a dramatic... Photo: Nadine Froger Photography

Bounce installed PVC piping and VersaTubes on the ceiling at "The Artist's Museum Happening” Museum of Contemporary Art gala, for a drama Photo: Nadine Froger Photography

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Spectrum : Turner Media Plus graphics, Triton Productions fashioned a brightly illuminated entrance tunnel that led to the reception inside Jazz at Lincoln Center's atrium

The magic of lighting - Uniquely Yours Bridal Showcase loves! Find out more about our upcoming bridal show: http://uniquelyyoursbridalshowcase.com

Ceci New York - Dramatic, Deco-Detailed Wedding This actually looks like a wedding created by Design Lab in Dubai but I might be wrong.

Light Columns. Run a string of lights up one side of bamboo stick or dowel and down the other, securing it with masking tape. Then stack paper lanterns over the stick, securing the lanterns to each other with tape. Plant these sticks securely in the ground to add a modern look to an outdoor reception area.

Paper Lantern Columns Creating cool lighting for your venue of choice can be an expensive endeavor. Try this DIY that involves stacking paper lanterns on a dowel to make giant light columns.

Installation in situ MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine  Claude Lévêque

French artist Claude Lévêque creates dream-like light installations and neon sculptures, currently has a show at La Maison Rouge in Paris.

The New World Symphony Gala in Miami provided guests with a memorable takeaway that underscored the event's purpose. Valet staffers placed individual thank-you notes written by the symphony's musician fellows in guests' cars.

Word art displayed in various forms throughout the gala conveyed an abstract event theme. The lighting on a curved wall changed colors every few seconds to offer even more visual interest. Photo: World Red Eye

Bureau Betak transformed the Western Airways Hangar into a spectacular 20,000-square-foot party setting—the Omega Lunar Base—that flowed from the "space capsule" into a dramatic moonscape, where dinner was served beneath a starlit orb.

Bureau Betak transformed the Western Airways Hangar into a spectacular party setting—the Omega Lunar Base—that flowed from the "space capsule" into a dramatic moonscape, where dinner was served beneath a starlit orb.

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