Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects this semi-permanent enclosed structure made of aluminum frame and skinned externally with starfire material was showcased for approx. 4 months. It encase a projection system that was hidden behind the interior fabric skin.
Created for Ncompass for the U2 tour sponsored by Blackberry this black poplin band shell was utilized as a pop-up showcase for the Blackberry latest offerings. It utilized 2" round tubing tensioned by a black poplin.
These hanging signs act as light fixtures within this exhibit. By internally illuminating the signs skinned in Luminate fabric, an ambiance accents the space below, with the help of a fiber optic detail.
Designed by HKS Brandspace for the Dallas Cowboy's stadium, the Dr. Pepper Starbar was created from 3" and 2" round tubing. It is completely floor supported. This fully functional bar space is almost entirely skinned in printable celtic cloth.
Designed by Advent, these lanterns reflect school identity in a modern way. The dye-sub printed fabric glows softly as it stretches over the custom framework, creating a unique focal point within the space.
Dressing the inside of Bellinzona Mall in Switzerland, these flattened tear drops softly illuminate the interior space. The white fabric reflects light while accentuating the modern atmosphere.
Created for the SAP annual meeting this canopy grouping was one of 3 large viewing areas that served as an alternative presentation area. The 3" round tubing fabric canopies were skinned in a yellow poplin. The stair-stepped fabric canopies served as both projection element and area focal point within the convention hall.
These spandex tensioned fabric architectural elements were the center point of this traveling museum exhibition about the brain and body. The the patterned displays were engineered to collapse with ease, and install with minimal rigging points within any given space.
Designed in partnership with Adler Planetarium and Thomas Roszak Architecture in Chicago, this semi-permanent space was completely self-supporting. It was designed so that none of the structure would be attached to the over 100 year old interior walls of the planetarium.
Designed by the Taylor Group, this 117ft long header is created in six sections to allow for use in smaller spaces and multiple configurations.
Consisting of 26 cubes, this hanging , designed by the Lawrence Company, puts a unique spin on hanging IDs. The individual cubes come together to create an attention grabbing display that can be seen from every angle.
Designed by Jack Morton for NBC, this simple environment was comprised of several small 8x8 and 6x4 pillow-cased back walls. The partitions served as a subtle backdrop for the blue theatrical uplighting. The graphics were printed with 3m Superwide Printing.