PSP are pleased to have provided full technical support to FreemanXP’s VOXI House launch event, held at East London’s Studio Spaces.

With a short lead time, and a lot of bespoke requirements, this was a one of a kind project that we are proud to have been involved with.

There were lots of individual areas throughout the venue, all of which required something a little different from our technical team.

The first experience was for guests to enter through an immersive maze, made up of various interactive zones.

In the aptly named the “Thumb Jungle”, the walls were covered from top to bottom in leafy foliage, interspersed with giant real-feel thumbs, which each triggered an individual soundscape when touched. 

Custom proximity sensors were installed in to the thumbs, whilst a media server, Yamaha QL1, and d&b sound system took care of the rest.

Designed by FreemanXP, other zones included features such as a giant cat with glowing eyes, a ‘laughing spaghetti’ corridor and a mind altering ‘infinity tunnel’. PSP provided over 80 lighting fixtures, heat lamps, aroma machines for each area, 15 monitors and a 10 speaker PA to cover the entrance maze alone.

Once guests had completed their dramatic entrance, they were immersed in a star-studded club with Jax Jones and Mabel providing live entertainment, and DJ sets from Boiler Room artists Monki and Maribou State.

In the main area, PSP provided an LED DJ booth and 5m LED backdrop, and a 6m x 1m projection blend above the bar, all controlled by our e2 and media server, with content from guest VJs. A L’Acoustic line array system and over 140 lighting fixtures made up the sound and lighting across the club space. 

With a 15 hour build window, 3 trucks full of equipment and over 20 technical crew, this was an ambitious project, but one that went down an absolute storm!

David Woodcock – Director

David has been with PSP for 17 years and heads up our projects team and is integral in the operations of the business. Looking after a portfolio of his own clients, his specialisms lie within the sports, travel and financial services events industries.