The lighting was installed and designed for the event by Mequadro Service
Italy - More than 70 Claypaky lights were used to illuminate the inaugural Eurovolley match at the Verona Arena. The project was conceived by Mequadro Service’s lighting designer Andrea Coppini and the company owner Emanuele Mazzi, with support from Claypaky product specialist Alessandro Melegaro.
The event marked the return of top sporting events to the temple of Italian opera, which was transformed into an open-air sports stadium in less than 24 hours. Emanuele Mazzi explained how the idea for this rig came about: “We were asked to include something awesome for this unusual event. In addition to illuminating the field, we put together lighting effects on the stalls and the audience, and created beams visible from afar to make the Arena look even more impressive.”
“To create these effects, we chose the Skylos and the Arolla Aqua," Andrea Coppini continued. "We saw these lights at Claypaky's headquarters, and we were immediately impressed by their innovative features, perfect for creating a unique, memorable event.”
“It is also an honour for Claypaky to be present at this event," Claypaky product specialist Alessandro Melegaro underlined. "It was a challenge to install our products at this prestigious venue, which will definitely bring out their unique features in terms of quality of effects and beam power.”
The lighting was installed and designed for the event by Mequadro Service, and the lights were provided by the AED Group.

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