By now, everyone has seen images of the phenomenal U2 360° stage set, which was designed by London-based architect Mark Fisher. He has established a reputation for his “architecture of entertainment” by designing really big shows, spanning the decades from The Rolling Stones’ Steel Wheels in 1989 to the Summer Olympics in Beijing in 2008, by way of some pretty high-tech hardware for Tina Turner, Janet Jackson, and AC/DC, to name a few, and the theatre design for Cirque du Soleil’s KÀ. ...

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