Stage Designs

Gazebo

Jim Mask from Branches in Scappoose, Oregon brings stage design that would fit in perfectly with a starry, summer night.

They wanted to create an indoor plaza/park environment. They pulled it off with a modular 30′ x 20′ wood framed gazebo made from round fence posts and construction 2×4’s and 2×6’s. Then they found a sweet fountain on craigslist, a few park benches from Harbor Freight, bought a large pickup load of wholesale trees and bushes, and lit the whole thing up.

To get the Gazebo perfectly symmetrical, Jim built a 8-sided hub that he suspended from the ceiling at dead center, using a laser plumb. Then all the rafters simply lined up they way they were supposed to.

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One response to “Gazebo”

  1. Dave says:

    Wow that looks awsome! I wonder how late they stayed up putting that together. Who is the handsome guy on the ladder?

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