Why is Environmental Design Important in Events?

Environmental design can mean different things. On one hand, it refers to the process of addressing surrounding environmental parameters when devising plans, programs, buildings or policies, but it can also refer to the applied arts and sciences dealing with creating the human-designed environment. This is an aptly defined explanation to how environmental design is important in events.

Experiential events in Singapore has not yet reached its peak, with only a few notable events in the past half a decade. Large scale events require master exhibition design consultants, and not many have taken to task in marrying the arts and sciences of environmental designs in events.

Why not try to produce your next event with environmental design in mind? Having environmental design as a key element of your overall event planning can do one of two things – create new configurations of spaces and spatial experiences across a range of scales, and also push the envelope of event planning to consider how event management and solutions can be weaved into the actual design and construct.

During IP Week held in Singapore in 2017, our aim was to build a space where creativity drives conversations, and the outcome was a successful conference experience that brought together the theme of the conference and exciting elements such as light sabre displays and life-sized models. Other notable events by C Square Creative Communications include public showcase for Singapore Maritime Week, and designing of the environment to bring out the best of Singapore’s branding in the global setting.

With the help of our clients’ inputs, tapping on our strengths in design conceptualisation, project management and reinforced by diverse capabilities, we were able to create an experience unlike any other. Every project is a collaborative effort. This dedication to shared goals leads to an immensely satisfying outcome. Contact us today to see how we can get you started on your next event journey.

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