We were approached to design and built a set, to transform a hotel room into a film set, interviewing the stars of different films. The Green Room is available via Facebook, and is streamed live from the different hotel rooms it visits. As the series progresses, so will the set in which we continuously assist in for the installation and dering processes.
The set was designed and built by Trinity Set & Stage, by being given keywords and developing a mood board of what the set could potentially look like and feature. A selection mood boards were sent to the client, before they accepted on a design they liked and Trinity Set & Stage combined a mixture of set building and artistic vision to fill the set, and match key items of furniture with those presented in the mood boards.
The key to this set was for it to be lightweight and easily moved, so that the production company had flexibility with where they wanted the next set to be installed. Trinity Set & Stage delivered by building and choosing set objects that were lightweight, durable and easily put together. For future shows, the inclusion of a lightweight backdrop from BeMatrix will be considered for use.
In between shows, Trinity Set & Stage stored the key items in a secured, CCTV monitored storeroom, in order to keep the client’s set intact, and easily available for the next production.
Transport of the set and it’s builders was also managed by Trinity Set & Stage, managing the delivery of the set via courier. The team of highly skilled craftspeople ensured the set and props were delivered and set up well in time with schedule, so that the camera and lighting crew could install their own equipment, without the hassle of set builders getting in their way.
The most recent update was the design of the brickwork backdrop for The Green Room, consisting of 5 panels. The design is easy to assemble and dismantle, which makes it easy to transport and install the set in any location.