Stage mechanics

Motorised sets and stage trusses; electric and counterbalanced poles; technical grids and walkways; electric hoists; iron curtains and false mantles… Behind this terminology that can sometimes be a little mysterious for the uninitiated, lies all the technology known as ‘stage mechanics’ that reveals the complexity of its know-how

At INYTIUM, structuring the area behind the scenes for you is second nature! The projectors, speakers and other stage elements cannot ‘float in mid-air’: they must be placed on a framework that is both solid and modular. Which is quite a challenge!

Three recent projects

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European Parliament studio – Brussels
To be fully efficient, the studio at the European Parliament in Brussels relies on complex infrastructures... An Inytium project!
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Eupen theatre
Of the many theatres and concert halls we have done, the one in Eupen ranks among our best references in terms of stage mechanics…
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Eupen theatre
Of the many theatres and concert halls we have done, the one in Eupen ranks among our best references in terms of stage mechanics…
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