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DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT
Agency: FCB
Year: 2014
DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT_
Music Festival

We performed the design and production of a structure for a VIP terrace called, "Sky Is The Limit" by Heineken. It was positioned in a prime location opposite the main stages DCODE Music Festival 2014 held at the rugby fields of the Universidad Complutense of Madrid on September 13.

Heineken, one of the sponsors of the festival, asked us to create a structure measuring almost 4.5 meters to be access through stairs where the guests can go to enjoy the concerts with a bird’s eye view. A unique space corresponding to the branding and corporate colors of the brand where the attendees can have an exclusively designed Heineken bottle for the DCODE. Lighting teams and technical audiovisual personnel installed 3 City Colors, 4 4 Plotters, 30 LED spotlights and RGB strips for perimeter and ladders. Installation of 2 LED screens for loop video playback with the "claim" and the brand’s social networks. Graphic design of the entire corporate image of the tower and the artistic finishes of all the printed elements with the Heineken logo Sky Is The Limit. We installed canvas to cover the perimeter of the tower, the background, backstage and stairs with wood. Elevated platform carpeted with artificial grass.

DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT
DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT
DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT
DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT
DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT
DCODE Heineken SKY IS THE LIMIT


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