A/V: Futuristic Lighting the building’s signature Atrium space was transformed with futuristic lighting effects and angular graphics. Two sleek, minimalist bars flanked the space, which popped in shades of pink and purple.
The indoor-outdoor event, overseen by HBO’s Cindy Tenner and designed by Billy Butchkavitz, filled the pool deck and adjoining restaurant space with decor Butchkavitz said was inspired by an early 1930s movie set design by Cedric Gibbons. The Old Hollywood musical’s look inspired the party’s topaz and gold color palette. Photo: Gabor Ekecs
Palm fronds, votives, and glass vases were prominent in event designer David Tutera's table design, adding to the tropical flavor of the evening. Description from bizbash.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
In honor of the opening of High Line Park, Friends of the High Line hosted a benefit in New York in 2009. At the after-party, held in a covered portion of the High Line, an illuminated bar decorated the main event space. Photo: Roger Dong for BizBash
During dinner, guests were immersed in a series of large-scale projections that portrayed Jerusalem scenes. The projections slowly and subtly transitioned from day to night over the course of the meal, surprising guests. Photo: Nadine Froger Photography