The White House acted as the perfect backdrop for a televised concert celebrating International Jazz Day. This project called for a structure with a pristine clear gable end and glass walls for optimal viewing.
In celebration of International Jazz Day, a 40m X 35m (132’ X 116’) structure was built on the South Lawn of The White House in Washington, DC for a televised concert. We worked with a west coast-based production company to position the gable end of the structure perfectly to create the optimal view of the residence, as well as eliminate any reflection through the camera's lens. This project required a clear gable end, clear roof panels and glass walls behind the stage. A-list entertainment performed for the celebration that was viewed around the world. A full floor, carpeting and climate control were also installed.
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