Real Corporate Event

Real Corporate Event: ONE MUSEUM PLACE Launch

Tony Brewer and Company had the privilege of working with Mr. John Wieland and his talented team on a series of small launch events over the week of November 5th through the 8th, 2014. Several small, intimate parties were designed as a way for his team to share their vision (and the incredible view for future tenants) of the highly anticipated luxury condominium development, One Museum Place, with specially invited guests and the press.

In his own words, “One Museum Place is a refined collection of 45 residences with Atlanta’s premiere location, directly across from the High Museum of Art. Instead of constructing a glass tower, I reserved the property to build the kind of home where I would want to live. One Museum Place is destined to complement the masterworks of Renzo Piano and Richard Meier with an impeccable design for livability and luxury by the best and brightest team I could assemble. Life at One Museum Place will be unprecedented, and its enduring legacy will be an experience that only a select few Atlantans will ever know.”

The modern and sleek events were held in a glass-walled tent installed by the wonderful Tents Unlimited, showcasing the breathtaking view that will be available late 2015 to a handful of lucky new tenants.

For exciting insights on this prestigious development, please enjoy this article written by Amy Wenk of the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Read more on Mr. Wieland’s 10-year dream in the making, here.

Real Corporate Event: A New Buckhead Atlanta

 

We were proud to work with Oliver McMillan on the opening of their prestigious Buckhead Atlanta development, poised to be the destination for shopping in the city. It was so wonderful to be a part of this major new chapter for uptown Atlanta; from posh prime residential real estate to shopping, dining and nightlife – Buckhead Atlanta has it all!

Click here to read an article on this hip and luxurious new destination spot and enjoy these photos by the lovely and talented Janet Howard Studio from the Gratitude Party hosted by Oliver McMillan for the development’s tenants. The party was designed in neutral shades of white and green with subtle hints of brown. It was the perfect complement to the lush and impressive landscape in the development!

 

Guests entered through a double arch embellished with vines and greenery with lots of warm candlelight. The lit bars were backed by live hydrangea walls, while the linen tablecloths were topped with sustainable succulent centerpieces. Our custom white leather square seating units were topped with more impressive displays of natural succulents and foliage.

Guests were treated to delicious bites by Soiree Catering and Events and mingled while a jazz trio played background music. It was a chic and lovely event, and we were so thrilled to be a part of it!

The Details: Modern White and Silver Centerpiece

This 2008 corporate event showed how you can make a modern impact using bold linens with streamlined flowers and containers for the centerpiece. White was used as a pop of color to this silver look, creating a stunning display for the night’s attendees.

Where We Work: La Casa Llotja de Mar – Barcelona

June has turned into a super busy month for us, but we’re really excited about one event in particular. One of our biggest corporate clients holds an annual international event, and this year, it’s in Barcelona! We’ll be doing two events over two days, but I wanted to share one of the incredibly cool venues with you, La Casa Llotja de Mar.

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Built in the 18th-century on top of Spain’s medieval stock exchange, it is now one of the country’s most spectacular examples of two-story Gothic architecture. It is said to house Spain’s most interesting collection of neoclassical sculpture, including the Dying Lucretia by Damià Campeny. Casa Llotja is now home to Barcelona’s Official Chamber of Commerce.

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The courtyard, where cocktail hour will kick off the event, holds a central fountain and a sculpture in each corner.

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The courtyard leads to the Escala d’honor, a grand staircase that carries guests into the main event space.

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And finally, our dinner will take place in the Saló de Contractacions, or Transaction Hall. With soaring ceilings, intricate arches and columns, and historic stone walls, this room makes a sure statement.

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I can’t wait to share more details of the event as the date gets closer! We’ve loved working in Barcelona; what’s your dream foreign city to hold an event in?

Event Archives: “Cinco de Mayo” Style

In honor of Cinco de Mayo, I wanted to bring this event out of the archives. This festive themed event happened back in 2009 during an annual week long event we design for one of our largest corporate clients. Oranges, pinks, greens, blues, and reds brought lots of color through fresh and paper flowers, custom pillow cases, and linens. And while I know Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday, you can’t forget the sign installation declaring our destination that evening: the Port of Havana.

Now, on to the pictures!


Of course, this was a nighttime concert, so here’s how it all came together as the sun went down:

Lots of colors, patterns, and textures went into making this “Port of Havana” look come together. What design elements would you use for your own South of the border-inspired fête?