To accentuate the historical timeliness of this exhibit, simple curved walls covered with white Celtic were designed to outline the space. This added a classically elegant look and feel to the space.
Constructed from 2" tubing and white Celtic cloth this exhibit space utilized multiple organic fabric architectural pieces to complete the finished look. Each shape was detachable and packaged for easy transporting.
The 555 were constructed from 2" round tubing and skinned in Celtic Cloth. The 555 cubes were approx. 10' in height. They were lighted using T5 Fluorescence attached to the interior structure of the cubes.
The light fixtures where skinned in a light enhancing textile for the interior fixture that worked in coordination with the orange translucent textile. These unorthodox hanging lighting pieces served as an artistic and functional focal point. The structure was a new twist on an old design solution - the pole pocket header.
The material used was a sheer textile that enhanced the projected lighting and added a visual interest. The canopies mimicked a forest ceiling that would allow small bits of light to pierce the forest's canopy. This part of the 5,300 sq. ft. experience (The Spirit Forest) served as an interactive audio-visual display.
Simple, yet chic, this overhead sign uses contrasting colors to get the messaging across. The aluminum framework is covered with a dye-sub printed fabric cover, which lends to the vibrancy of the space.
Not everything needs to be large to be effective. Simple 8x10 back walls that are covered in Celtic and printed on our 3m Superwide printer. These walls had a soft curve in them to allow them to stand without being anchored.
The dual organically-shaped wayfinding display was created as part of a series of signage structures to identify various areas within this hypermarket store. The fabric skins are a combination of stock poplin with printed graphics. The 3D lettering was attached to the outside using internal structure.
The project is a colorfully bold, organic, state-of-the-art television set. The structures were constructed with 2" aluminum tube. The counter houses lighting elements that illuminate internally so as to be the focal point of the set.
These 2 overlapping domes were constructed from 2" round tubing and covered in miller mesh material that provided the look of subtle privacy. The edge finishing around the perimeter of each dome was constructed using a spandex zipper pocket.
This organic stage set combines graphics and lighting to creating an interesting and entertaining backdrop for presenters.
This outdoor test track incorporated a large A1 for the new Audi line of automobiles. The structure was installed overnight to the amazement of the earlier morning crowd. The poplin stock red structure was secured with large steel baseplates and minimal cabling.