CASE STUDY

Rain Curtain Room Divider for a Birthday Party

We were approached by Marble Events to assist them with a lavish 18th Birthday Party Celebration being held in a marquee. Their idea was to create a large rain curtain which would fill the entire width of the marquee, circa 12m’s to create a divide between the dining area and the dance-floor.

CHALLENGE

We’ve been asked on a number of occasion to create a similar feature, sometimes as an entrance feature where a section of the water can turn off and allow people to walk through. This can be done using a grated deck build over the tank, however this solution often provides a stumbling block being that high heeled shoes and grated decks don’t go together very well.

So the grated deck option was discounted but the team at Marble were keen to make the feature a central part of the event so we took a slightly different approach.

SOLUTION

We built two separate rain curtains leaving a small 1m wide gap in the middle. In this gap a small bridge was positioned giving the feel of it crossing the water. We maintained the support truss structure all the way across the top of the feature which was decorated with trailing plants and ivy so it gave a feel of being one large continuous feature rather than two separate ones.

RESULTS

Our client Marble and the Birthday girl absolutely loved it, describing it as “epic”. The party lasted all night with the water feature operating throughout.

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