We are thrilled to reveal a very special edition of Architectural Design magazine: STUFISH Entertainment Architecture
This issue of AD looks at the work of STUFISH Entertainment Architects, known for their bespoke venues and rock music stage sets for bands including the Rolling Stones, U2 and Pink Floyd, the studio is a recognised leader in entertainment architecture.
Entertainment architecture is a highly innovative, creative endeavour, producing ever-more elaborate, architectural spectacles. This issue visits the many facets of STUFISH – its history and design process, audience memory and experience –exploring the story behind and evolution of this particular brand of popular culture and its spatial manifestations, and touching on what the future may hold for it.
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