Stage Designs

Geometric Intrusions

Lori T Adams from Enjoy Church in Alton, IL brings us this cool use of geometry and 90’s style.

They wanted to use large colorful pieces of Coroplast for ease and lightweight application. Their stage walls were lined with 1″ square deer netting to allow for attachment of materials. The netting has become a permanent fixture because of how much they use it.

They cut 4′ X 8′ sheets ($20 each) diagonally to form right triangles. Then they cut another triangle out of the center of each large triangle. The application to the netting was done with curtain hooks without puncturing the Coroplast. Total cost was $200.





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One response to “Geometric Intrusions”

  1. NathanDavidHall says:

    I love this idea super cool

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