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1,000 Paper Cranes Fill the Imagination at the 2014 Opera Ball

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1,000 Paper Cranes Fill the Imagination at the 2014 Opera Ball

1,000 Paper Cranes Fill the Imagination at the 2014 Opera Ball

Posted in Events, Opera Ball

Each year, the Washington National Opera celebrates its season with a ball held at a unique location. In 2014, US Event Structures provided the custom tents for the Opera Ball benefit held at the residence of the Japanese ambassador. The event also featured a chandelier containing 1,000 origami paper cranes, which is considered a symbol of good luck in Japan.  

A glass-enclosed structure was the perfect accessory for this ball.  Providing unobstructed views of the residence's gardens and koi ponds, the tent was installed over a raised and carpeted flooring system. This allowed guests to have optimal views of the property.

US Event Structures is proud to be the trusted partner in this event year after year. The Opera Ball was featured in Bizbash.com. Read "See 1,000 Paper Cranes at Washington's Opera Ball" for more information about event details and the venue.

Photo: Yassine El Mansouri / Bizbash.com

 

30 Jun, 14

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