In 2016, temporary structures and buildings found use in an incredible variety of events across the UK. At the legendary Glastonbury music festival, temporary buildings were used for everything from dressing rooms and ticket offices to first aid and lost & found tents. It could be argued that without the use of quality temporary structures, it would have been a much greater task to pull off the event.
We see this trend repeating itself across everything from film festivals and air shows to horticulture event and fairs. There is now a huge range of events that rely on temporary structures. But what has caused this shift towards the use of non-permanent buildings?