Stereobot: Gateway Pavilion Coachella

One of the largest free-standing customized structures in the U.S. with interactive 3D projection mapping content.

The Gateway Pavilion at the Coachella Music Festival is a project designed and built in collaboration with Alexis Rochas, STEREOBOT and Bryant Place, OBSCURA.

The Gateway Pavilion is the one of the largest customized structures in the United States. Featuring interactive 3D projection mapping, it was designed based on research and trends for the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California in 2012.

The free-standing pavilion measured 70ft. in width, by 24ft. in depth and 35ft in height. It featured over 18 hours of video content, and was experienced by more than 150,000 people attending the festival over a 2-weekend period.

Clients: Coachella Music Festival, Stereobot
Our Role: Architectural Design, Fabrication, Project Management


STEREOBOT creates immersive experiences integrating the latest in design, engineering and visual expression. To learn more about possibilities, or to create experiences such as this one, please contact Alexis Rochas.