This beehive-like structure was designed and engineered in 2 pieces. Made to look like a single piece, this conference/storage area served as a focal point within the rich environment of wood and metal.
This hybrid exhibit space was designed by Condit Exhibits. These box-framed fabric and aluminum structures were engineered to seamlessly integrate with a standard modular extrusion to give the look and feel of a custom solution.
These peel shaped displays were installed via clamps and aircraft cabling to give the illusion of floating in space. Each solution was printed with a pattern that was meant to inspire freshness, relaxation and delight.
This solution is elegant in effect, but simple in execution. The display consists of 12', 10' and 8' rings made from 2" round tubing. A heavy spandex was used because of its ability to enhance the free form created by the sewing and finishing of the application.
Four 120ft long canopies shelter this space designed by 2Heads. Covered with white Celtic fabric, these canopies reflect ambiance with the help of colored lighting and projection.
Designed by IWorks for the Revel Hotel, these ceiling lamps incorporate style and sophistication into the atrium. Utilizing textiles allows the lamps a shade-like appearance, while the dye-sub printed interior, reveals popping color when lit.
This large scale dome served as an enclosed exhibit space for attendees. It was constructed from 2" aluminum tube and was skinned in Celtic. This example required no ladders to install and only four FI installers to get is show ready.
This organic, clam shell–inspired shape was created as an attraction point for the attendees to find the outdoor beach-like dance floor. The structures varied in size, but were all constructed from 2" tubing and Celtic cloth.
This economical display was engineered to be deployed with minimal effort in a "box store" environment. The oval shape helped create an easily viewed wayfinding solution, while at the same time broke the mold of traditional flat, rigid substrate offerings.
Serving as the focal point for studio audience, this structure was created as a stair-stepped shape via a box-frame construction. Each layer was then attached to each other creating a funnel-like shape. Lastly, two large screens were attached for broadcasting.
Simple geometric pieces helped shape this display for a corporate after hours event. The simplistic structures where both affordable and easy to install and dismantle. Freestyle Rental lets you create any shape or form with any textiles you wish to use.
This large shell was produced using 2" round tubing, covered with white Power Stretch Mesh fabric. To allow for installation, this 995 square foot surround was broken down for ship and then reassembled with an internal sleeve system.
This simple streamlined interior was constructed using natural wooden rectangles that incorporated the Chenel Drop as the surface covering. The subtle translucence of the non-woven Chenel material allowed the natural texture of the wood to be viewed like looking through a heavy fog.
Simple in nature, but extreme in scale: that's how we'd describe Freddie Georges' solution for NBC Universal. Constructed from 2" round tubing and covered in a Celtic cloth, the canopy was engineered so that minimum hanging points would be needed.
This 3-level spiral was produced using 2" round tubing, covered with white Celtic fabric. This piece of architecture encompasses the space while acting as a surface for both projected imagery and lighting.
This design, by Kubik for Hyundai, is a great example of businesses collaborating for success. The auto makers needed to showcase their line of automobiles in a way in which design was paramount. Fabric architecture was an ideal medium to bring life to this vision.