If you’re new to the world of corporate or professional events, then you may have come across a term called ‘event theming’. But what exactly is it, and where does it originate from? The Origin of Theming The term refers to the use of an unique event theme that combines with an event space in […]
There is an art to venue decoration, especially if the site is a large one and it seems that your event could be overwhelmed by imposing surroundings, such as a stately home or a large country estate. However, there are ways to personalise a venue to ensure that it reflects the intentions of those holding […]
Treco came to us with an idea and a cute little country house venue in the middle of Devon. They were hosting their annual themed Christmas Staff Party and this years theme was Narnia! (We love this, any opportunity to see our friendly lion on set) This classic story has so many inspiring moments that […]
Old Mutual approached Transform to recreate a winter wonderland for their annual awards ceremony held at the Southampton Guildhall. once again our client was blown away by the icy Christmas décor and impressive meteor light chandelier. We collaborated with the Guildhalls brilliant in-house lighting engineer, Simon Williams to create a ‘night to remember’ for all […]
Established local jeweller’s Laing, got in contact with us at Transform to re-design their Southampton store for the French luxury jeweller and watch manufacturer, Cartier. They were looking for a sleek, design that emphasised their brand identity and beautiful merchandise. In under 2 hours we had completely transformed the store. We used taut black satin […]
Last December we provided the décor for Laings ‘Diamonds and Rolex’ dinner at Chewton glen. The mayflower suite was transformed by a series of subtle details: custom print light boxes, glittering chandelier table centres, bespoke napkins and an injection of brand colours using lighting and imported blue Orchids that dressed the jewellery display cases.
The Landsdown Club in London, Mayfair was absolutely transformed for Mrs Clayman’s Birthday last August! The club was required to accommodate a 10 piece tribute band. The team ensured the feeling of opulence was carried from the reception room dressed in thick red velvet to the gold festoon drapes at the back of the stage.
For several years we have dressed and draped the beautiful stretch tent that Orange use for their VIP area at Glastonbury. Whilst retaining the Moroccan/Bedouin theme, the colours were updated to reflect the new logo and branding, following the change from Orange to EE.