#plastic-free #ecological #sustainable
Our Berlin-based customer Denttabs is part of the #Zerowaste movement with its revolutionary product. The Teethcleaning Tablets are THE sustainable alternative to toothpaste. They are 100% plastic-free, ecological and free from preservatives, artificial stabilizers and any other unnecessary ingredients! Profit for your teeth and the environment in equal measure! The trade fair stand exactly represents this philosophy, especially when it comes to sustainability: it received the certificate ‘climate neutral stand’.
Luxury meets winter wonderland
The international speed-dating event stops in Switzerland to provide a first-class setting for ‘loop-luxury on our planet’, for all participants, vendors and buyers out of the luxury travel business.
Up in the sky
Small but impressive. The depth of the backlit tunnel is accentuated by 3D arcs placed right in front of the motive. The rest of the walls with a simple concrete optic stand back to additionally set the focus on the tunnel. The helium balloon up in the sky makes it easy to find the stand.
The stand has a reduced design, a cyan structure and an almost invisible cabin stand in contrast to the fancy furniture such as the info counter and the big graphics that represent the products and services of the exhibitor perfectly.
One of a kind with great impact
"Every project is unique and we make the best of your project" – This is a promise Sweco gives every customer, and we adapted it one-to-one. The trade fair show Exporeal Munich has been very successful. A light wave structure out of wooden elements is the perfect counterpart to the dark ceiling element framing the stand.
The simple system stand received a great boost through the big-scale illuminated wall and the big LED-screen. The alternation of the pictures give the stand a momentum but not agitation. The ceiling cube guarantees a good visibility within the exhibition hall.
The big-scale graphics with their ‘hot’ motives form the perfect frame for the trade fair stand of the ‘specialists in refractory’. The ceiling elements repeat the ‘hot’ colours but come light as a feather with their transparency.
A stand like a landed spaceship. The cabin bloc in the middle with its hex structure represents perfectly the CI of the company. Either with one-dimensional graphics or multi-dimensional design elements, futuristic illuminated (space) hexes.
Small but precise
The graphics perfectly display the high-end products in the μm-section of the exhibitor. The showcases accommodate enough space to show exhibits. To underline the value of the products we chose a shag pile carpet as flooring.
The world map is a collage out of product and application images assembled to show the global activity of the exhibitor. This collage is so well recognized that it found its way into the German premises. The rest of the graphics illustrate the function of the exhibits perfectly, supported by big screens.
Big-scale graphics create the perfect frame for the big vending machines, inserted in the wall construction. Everything looks classy, from the stone wall to the concrete pvc-flooring.
Do the loop
In 2004 Lobster revolutionized the touristic business by creating an own event: loop = luxury on our Planet. A platform that spins the whole business and lifts networking to the next level. Working with these speed dating-platforms sellers and buyers have a short but intensive contact, fast interactions, fast deals. The event takes place three to four times a year, stopping in Hamburg, Prague, Tyrol, Andermatt and Frankfurt so far. More to come ...
The striking yellow furniture as well as the yellow flooring inlays and wall panels contrast perfectly the blue backlit banners and the logo cubes hanging from the ceiling. Everything falls into place to give the stand this dynamic but also harmonic look.
Zinc and lead
Let’s have a look into a zinc mine. Which represents perfectly the exhibitors business. The images on the stand walls form the perfect frame for the presentation of the company. The products (zinc bars) serve as furniture to have them perfectly integrated in the setting. The touchscreen at the front transfers modern technology into the mine.
Big graphic banners with clear designs and reduced colour schemes as well as custom-made design elements give all stands a classy and modern look without loosing their own spirit, directly referencing the trade fair motto.
From Stone Age to Modernism
The focus is clearly set on the stand walls clad in ‘turtle shells’, in parts opened up to reveal the products and services of the company. The counterpart for the fossil background is modern furniture, complemented by technical features such as LED-walls.
Long range effect
The open stand concept with its high stand walls give the stand a special long range effect. Each application has its own display unit, giving the stand an organized structure. The low key background of the wall graphics lays the focus on the product images, in parts backlit to highlight them additionally.
The final frontier
News out of the orbit have no limit, they need to have large formats. Time and space bathed in light and arranged on islands to be presented via tv.
Task: different british houseware brands under a single roof. Each brand needs to be presented individually but also needs to fit into the general CI. Every brand has its own custom-made displays.
Clean lines and reduced design
The textile surfaces have a special aesthetic impact. Black as a classy colour transport the technical aspects the exhibitor wanted to have. The brilliant banners placed on the outside walls invite all passers-by to explore the world of SW-Motech. For the flooring we used different kinds of colours to highlight every product range.
Present and communicate, this is the focus to be set for the stand area. Each work station belongs to the 'umbrella' Esprit, but also need to work individually. No cabling visible, of course.
Logistics live and in colour
The sushi-circle in the middle of the stand focuses exactly on the business of Goodman: logistic spaces. The conveyor belt leads into the cabin where it could be loaded with various things such as give aways, brochures and candy, not only sushi.