Sensory Overload

WHEN TOSHIBA WAS PLANNING ITS corporate meeting to take place in Miami last May, the directive the company sent down to the event design pros was simply a “sensory overload.” It's not surprising that the electronics giant wanted an atmosphere that would set attendees' tongues wagging since the members in this industry are used to having their senses teased. Add to the mix the Beach Boys and Terry Bradshaw and you needed a very flexible lighting design to cover all the b

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