- Hashtag this
- Summer at the Southbank
- Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein
- Pop-up Restaurants
- Time Out Best New Bar
- Buy A Colour for Unicef
- All I Ask is the Possibility of Love!
- Michel Roux's Service on BBC2
- Black Swan
- Love your fashion?
- Don't just sit there, 'Stick It On'!
- The new Enchanted Palace
- Sky Rainforest Rescue
- Prepare for a Sonic Boom
- Getting amongst it
- No Fit State
- Opera di Peroni
- A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings
- Designing Narrative Environments
- Visually stunning invisible structures
- The Lost Lectures
- Is the East End the new West End?
- Tapping into creative people
- Air à La Mode
- Experimental Food Society Spectacular
- Welcome to our blog...
- La Soirée
- Banksy pops-up in Berwick Street
- Britain invades France.
- Nathan and Nick named in the Event 100 Club 2010!
- Best Director
- Brand Activation
- Danny Boyle
- Social Media
- Visitor Experience
- What's Hot & What's Not
Rouge are often faced with the challenge of turning green-field sites into fully functioning event spaces including sourcing temporary structures to house everything from pop-up kitchens to petting zoos. We’re constantly searching for unique and creative alternatives to the good-old PVC marquee to enhance the aesthetic and atmosphere of our outdoor events.
Recently we’ve been blown away by the spectacular environments created by Invisible Structures. Creators of the Tree House Gallery in Regents Park during summer 2009, Invisible Structures design and create suspended environments and multimedia installations to host arts, performances and events.
The natural-looking yet technologically advanced structures are designed to integrate with their surroundings whether it’s inner city parks or secluded woodlands. Picture an aerial auditorium for 100 people suspended amongst the tree tops or a modular restaurant pod perched in the landscape from which the food was grown. Invisible Structures have event spaces for hire and offer bespoke project design. Check out their work here.