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Illuminate Your Event with Captivating Lighting Designs
At Avari Events, we understand the power of lighting in creating a truly mesmerising and visually appealing event. Lighting plays a pivotal role in setting the atmosphere, highlighting architectural features, establishing the mood, and reflecting brand colours or themes.
With our expertise in lighting design, we have the ability to transform any venue into a captivating space. Whether it’s a wedding, photoshoot, fashion show, concert, or theatrical performance, we have a wide range of equipment and specialised lighting solutions to enhance the overall visitor experience.
Our team of lighting experts will work closely with you to create the perfect ambiance, ensuring that every detail is illuminated to perfection. From architectural lighting that accentuates the unique characteristics of a venue to stage lighting that brings performances to life, we have the knowledge and equipment to deliver outstanding results.
Don’t underestimate the impact of lighting on your event. Let us create a truly memorable experience for you and your guests.
Contact us today to discuss your lighting needs and let our expertise illuminate your event like never before.
Uplights are lighting fixtures that cast light upwards. Uplights are frequently used to bathe a wall in a certain colour of light. These are terrific low-cost methods to add ambience or a theme to an event area.
A gobo is an item that is put within or in front of a light source to regulate the form and shadow of the produced light. These are extremely popular for personalising an event; for example, a firm may wish to project its logo onto the venue’s walls.
DMX is a digital communication network protocol that is often used to manage stage lighting and effects. All of our lights may be controlled remotely from a lighting desk to create sets and whole shows.
The term “moving head” or “intelligent lighting fixture” refers to stage lighting that includes automated or mechanical capabilities that go beyond typical, fixed illumination. These lights are classified as spot/profile, wash, beam, or hybrid. Each kind has a purpose, and most lighting designers favour a combination.
There are several lighting considerations that vary greatly depending on the sort of event or performance, for example, the types of fixtures and lighting design for a concert would differ from the needs for a fashion show or theatre play. There are other more aspects to consider, such as positioning and lighting management.