The magic of artistry combined with the power of perspective can turn ordinary spaces into awe-inspiring arenas. Among the many creations we’ve had the privilege of designing, the balloon arches for Amalie Arena stand out as some of our proudest achievements. One in particular has left us and many spectators in sheer amazement.
Our History with Amalie Arena
For several years, we’ve partnered with Amalie Arena, creating an array of balloon arches for various events. Each arch tells a different story, set against the backdrop of the buzzing arena and the events they accentuate. Our aim? To captivate, inspire, and bring a touch of enchantment to each gathering.
A 40-Foot Wonder
One of our most recent accomplishments is a stunning 40 linear foot balloon arch positioned indoors. Comprised of 16” white and 16” blue latex balloons, this structure is a testament to the beauty of scale. The balloons’ large size alone is enough to leave a lasting impression. But, it’s when combined with the deceptive size of the overall arch that the true magic begins to reveal itself.
At a glance, out of context, the arch might be mistaken for a 24-foot structure. It’s only when you compare it to surrounding elements, like chairs, desks, and doors, that its sheer magnitude becomes apparent. The relative scale plays a trick on the eye, and that’s part of the allure we aimed for.
More Than Just an Arch
The base footprint of this balloon masterpiece stretches nearly 3 feet on each side. This makes it significantly larger than many of the arches we’ve previously set up at the arena. But beyond its size, it’s the sentiment it carries and the ambiance it adds to the venue that truly matter. An arch isn’t just a decorative piece; it’s an experience, a spectacle, and in this case, a piece of art.
Whether you’ve witnessed it in person or are hearing about it for the first time, our balloon arches, especially the 40-foot marvel at Amalie Arena, are designed to inspire. In an ever-evolving world of design and creativity, we continue to push boundaries and redefine what’s possible with latex, air, and a bit of magic.