We have recently supplied a bespoke stage for St Peter Ad Vincula HM Chapel at the Tower of London. The risers are made from solid oak and the decks finished with an oak veneer. The stage is to be used for choir performances. Finish quality, ease of use and compact storage were of prime importance in this historic building.
Ever since we introduced StackaStage customers have asked if we produce furniture…. well now we do.
Just like children’s building blocks, StackaStore units come in a wide range of sizes which simply stack and interlock to form an infinite number of storage and display solutions.
The design aesthetic of StackaStore lends its self to a huge range of applications including display shelving, utility storage, office storage, library shelving, educational equipment storage, domestic shelving, wardrobes and clothes storage and retail display furniture.
A dedicated website is coming soon, but if you want any details in the mean time, just let us know.
It has been a 2 year project, but eventually we succeeded in getting a robot to help us finish StackaStage to the high standards that we and our customers expect! The robot racks and sprays StackaStage decks. It has been a steep (and expensive!) learning curve. We originally bought the robot just to do the spraying, however it quickly became apparent that it could also handle the stage components, taking them from a drying rack turning them over, spraying them and returning them to the drying rack. This extra complexity mean’t that we had to design and produce a gripper system that wouldn’t get in the way when the robot was spraying and which could pick up components when they had a coat of wet lacquer on them.
StackaStage is very strong, If you intend to drive vehicles over StackaStage contact us first! However this picture does illustrate just how strong StackaStage is, there are no tricks involved and yes, it is a real van, all staging is Standard StackaStage!
StackaStage exhibiting at the Education Show at Birmingham NEC.
The 2014 Education Show took place at the NEC between 20-22 March and there were a variety of activities on show. StackaStage was on Stand K26 and Professor Brian Cox and Dara O’Briain were both guest speakers at the show. More information is on the Education Show 2014 website.
Stackastage portable staging is specifically designed for schools and can be used in lots of different ways, it’s incredibly versatile and stores on very compact trolleys. We had our staging on the stand for visitors to examine and handle so they could see just how easy it is to build/take apart. Additionally there was a video with children showing how easy it is to build a stage; the video is also available on YouTube and the StackaStage website.
The Stackastage team had a great time meeting existing customers (who were all very complimentary) and prospective new customers. We would like to thank everyone who attended the show and hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
People around the world are realising what a great product StackaStage is, this one is at the World Class Learning Academy, New York, USA
We are delighted to ship StackaStage virtually anywhere in the world, if you have an export enquiry please let us know.
StackaStage recently attended the National Association of Choirs conference at the Ramada Hotel Stevenage to promote the new StackaStage Choir Riser System which is ideal for choral singing. The event was well attended and many showed interest in the versatility and ease of use which StackaStage offers. One of the highlights of the conference was a ‘choir workshop’ presented by Suzi Digby OBE of BBC1 TV show fame ‘Last Choir Standing’ Suzi used a StackaStage Choir riser to great effect to gain extra height and presence during her presentation. The NAC was founded in 1920 and currently has 524 member choirs.