The Halo Group specialises in designing and building innovative exhibition stands. This week’s blog highlights some of our favourite projects from other designers from around.
When it comes to innovative exhibition stands there are many great suppliers, companies and creatives working in the market, delivering superb exhibition stand design services to global companies, but the ones that really catch our attention have a thread of artistic flair, creativity and craftsmanship running through them. The design above by Nuria Mora really stands out for us. Geometric shapes combined with vivid colours have been used for dramatic effect in this stunning installation.
Image Credit: Nuria Mora
Interesting materials can also be utilised for dramatic effect. In this example, ACRYLITE® panels have been used for this Evonik trade show booth design. This striking design really benefits from a mix of opaque, semi opaque and solid textures cut into geometric patterns.
Image Credit: Evonik
Of course, it’s not just exhibition stands that can be styled beautifully. This installation at the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair by Saksi and Swedish architect Gert Wingardh was created from 1120 stacks of A4-size paper suspended from the ceiling. It’s a truly breathtaking design using everyday materials for incredible effect – thus bringing the whole space to life.
Image Credit: Kustaa Saksi Gert Wingårdh
Few exhibitions and trade shows rival Basel World. Luxury brand exhibitors create some of the most creative and breathtaking stand and pavilion designs on the planet. The Bvlgari pavilion pictured is an incredible example of world class design. The choice of premium build materials simply oozes excess and opulence.
Image Credit: Bvlgari
Image Credit: Hermes
The Hermes pavilion with its intricate wooden lattice cladding boasts incredible levels craftsmanship and creativity. The impact of a design of this calibre is truly first class.
The Rolex pavilion in a similar vein has the same level of craftsmanship and also boasts premium materials but it was the sheer scale of the build that impressed us the most. Basel World continues to be a source of inspiration for our production team to this day.
Image Credit: Rolex
Image Credit: Audi
Audi is another big player in the expo world. For example, the car manufacturer is renowned for its innovative exhibition stands at CES. This striking design really makes a statement and comes with a high degree of creativity. It’s a dazzling showstopper with its metallic detailing and is beautifully constructed.
Milan Design Week is another expo that boasts high levels of creativity. Wolfgang Buttress’ Beehive inspired design is a great example. Intricate detailing coupled with almost dreamlike qualities made this jump out at us.
Image Credit: Wolfgang Buttress
Size of course isn’t everything. Take Lee Broom’s SALONE DEL AUTOMOBILE’ concept from Milan Design Week 2016. With so many world class designers jostling for position at the show, how do you ensure you make an impact? This highly creative idea saw Lee transform one of his delivery vans into an truly innovative exhibition stand. Styled on “a dramatic surreal recreation of a traditional Italian palazzo” the installation showcased his new lighting range ‘Optical’. It’s a truly brilliant and original idea worthy of note.
Image Credit: Lee Broom
Here at The Halo Group we also offer an creative exhibition design service. Our temporary event structures are renowned within the industry for their versatility. They offer an ideal alternative to the shell scheme right up to large space only exhibitors and exhibition bars .We also offer a bespoke exhibition design service for specialist projects.
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