Archive for the ‘exhibit design’ category

BREAKING THE BARRIERS exhibition by Dalziel & Pow, London – UK

July 26th, 2016

The physical movement of spinning panels to the front of the space changes the message from a question to a solution. Individual podiums showcase the relevant equipment, each with a very personal and moving example of the issues and opportunities.

G+MAZE by COORDINATION ASIA, Shanghai – China

July 26th, 2016

With 318 panels made up of patterned black mirror glass, mirrors, and transparent glass, the results are dream-like when paired with its haunting LED lights and dark, moody setting. Patterns of bold plus shapes fill the maze as a nod to the name of its home.

Accor Hotels booth: A Sound Jacuzzi by W&cie & ateliergh, Paris – France

July 24th, 2016

This sensory immersive experience offers visitors a relaxing space in which they can be massaged by the beautiful sound creations of Roland and Tobias Cahen while watching the animated visual universe of the 360° video canopy above them.

Raise/Raze installation by Hou de Sousa, Washington DC

July 22nd, 2016

The intervention called Raise/Raze invited visitors to construct and deconstruct the interior of a defunct underground tunnel, using block-like modules made of glued-together plastic balls.

World of Illusion underground passageway by Naruse Inokuma Architects, Tokyo – Japan

July 22nd, 2016

The Tokyo-based studio decided to install a combination of lighting and mirrors to create a dramatic atmosphere. The mirrors are placed in strategic locations to reflect the surrounding stores and influence a sense of spaciously and vivacity in the narrow underground passage.

Head in the clouds installation by Mickaël Martins Afonso & Caroline Escaffre-Faure, Montpellier – France

July 21st, 2016

As a way to isolate from the chaos of the city surrounding, visitors are invited to place their heads within open areas of the oversized white puffs, reflecting on the dark and private space around them.

Enercon stand by Ache | Stallmeier at Hannover Messe 2016, Hannover – Germany

July 20th, 2016

The anthracite grey frames, which encompass all stand components, “earth” the concept and create a technical and cool background for the technological brand message. Glossy and mirroring surfaces additionally underline the premium quality of the products of this technological market leader.

Meraas City Walk by Float4, Dubai – UAE

July 19th, 2016

Overall, Meraas comprises more than 30 LED installations in 21 different formats and nearly 30 high-res projectors totalling over 80,000,000 pixels. The project represents a major challenge for content production, made even more difficult by the fact that the majority of installations are located outside.

Adidas Boost London event by Unibox & WRG, London – UK

July 16th, 2016

The success of the entire project hinged on installation. As such, Unibox sent a technical team to the Expo to personally install the wall as the profiles had to be connected in a particular order to get the shape of the wave correct.

Parador stand at Branchentag Holz by Preussisch Portugal, Cologne – Germany

July 15th, 2016

In the center of the stand is a central table, with playful arrangements of wooden blocks. The stand layout and construction is based on EURO pallets, giving the premium brand Parador an approachable and contemporary feel.

mobilcom-debitel Digital Lifestyle Lounge by Preussisch Portugal, Germany

July 14th, 2016

The variably equipped flight cases can be set up and removed easily, despite of the elaborate technical equipment and anti theft protection inside.

Parador Trend-Center by Preussisch Portugal, Coesfeld – Germany

July 13th, 2016

The Hamburg based design agency Preussisch Portugal was commissioned to redesign the Trend-Center with more than 2,000 square meters. On site the invited trading partners had the opportunity to learn more about new products and upcoming innovations and services.

Empty Head installation by Nituniyo & Memosesmas, Valencia – Spain

July 11th, 2016

The hair is formed by pieces of painted cardboard, assembled in order to make the shape of the crown. The lattice texture forms a simple yet elaborate pattern around the installation and allows light to pass through evenly into the interior.

La Cité du Vin wine museum by XTU Architects, Bordeaux – France

July 9th, 2016

The curved structure is clad with both silkscreen-printed glass and perforated aluminium, creating a mixture of shimmery, translucent surfaces, and gold and silver stripes.

Nestlé exhibition area by Tinker Imagineers, Vevey – Switzerland

July 8th, 2016

At the centre of the facility is a large, sculptural ramp that winds through small displays, as well as a life-size tree decorated in over a thousand “flowers” made from crumpled and folded Nestlé packaging.

Icebergs installation by James Corner Field Operations, Washington DC

July 7th, 2016

James Corner Field Operations has installed the prismatic, shard-like forms – which range in height from five to 17 metres – inside the museum’s Great Hall.

Gasholder Park lighting by Speirs + Major, London – UK

July 7th, 2016


The pavilion lighting is programmed over twenty minute cycles, that begins with all lights on and then sees them cross fading from east to west over three minutes, followed by a pause of two minutes in darkness (full eclipse) and then a slow east to west cross fade back up to full brightness.

HP´s Haute Printing by Egue y Seta at Casa Decor 2016, Madrid – Spain

July 6th, 2016

A closer look at this homely but ephemeral space will sooner or later reveal that everything in it, its “leather like” upholstered wainscoting, its textile wallpapered envelope, all cushioning and bed linens, every window and lamp screen, all wooden joinery pieces, each of the wall hung prints and even its area rug, are all made of nothing but LATEX INK. Please step in this all-printed environment and wonder!

Domingo Salvaje exhibition by Pedro Reyes, Cuernavaca – Mexico

July 3rd, 2016

Reyes’ analysis of greek philosophy through historical figures like aristotle, epicurus and plato sees the ethical and moral principles of these thinkers countered against the idea of punishment.

Cool Capital South African pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Venice – Italy

July 2nd, 2016

The 2016 South African pavilion at building D in the Sale d’Armi presents successful physical outcomes and practical solutions to urban challenges, conceived and implemented by citizens for the citizens of the administrative capital city of South Africa under the umbrella organization of “Cool Capital”.