Stage & Scenic Design
The stage, designed & built by Paragon 360 was actually a smaller stage than the one they had currently, even though their needs were growing. However the new stage was designed to be very efficient, flexible, and modular. The new 3,500 square foot stage was built using Paragon’s Signature Modular Cube System. It is comprised of (144) 3’X3’ aluminum, self-locking modular cubes. Due to its modular nature, the shape and size of the stage can be changed anytime. Audio and video floor pockets are distributed throughout the stage and can be moved anytime creating a completely flexible distributed power system.
The scenic design created for Biltmore housed the three main stage screens which were the focal point of the whole space. The set columns, panels, and walls were designed using variations of Paragon’s illuminated wall products. The area underneath the screen surfaces were designed to be replaceable, re-printable mylar graphics allowing unlimited flexibility between services and events. The set walls are self-illuminated from the inside, with LED lighting allowing for unlimited color change.