Delta Light booth at Interieur 2012, Kortrijk – Belgium

November 12th, 2012 by retail design blog

At Interieur 2012 in Kortrijk, Belgium, Delta Light’s stand was anything but ordinary. Visitors were met by a large boulder measuring 1.86 metres high held up by black cylindrical pillars. On appearance, the installation appeared empty, however upon entering the space covered by this looming monolithic structure and looking upwards, large circular cut outs of varying diameter were revealed.

Within each of these holes, different scenes were set up to display the architectural lighting brand’s top products in an unconventional way. The booth was like a gigantic spyglass, demonstrating how one uses light to make a space warm or cold, how to increase it in size or make it smaller, or how to bring structures and materials to life.

http://www.designboom.com/design/delta-light-at-interieur-2012-kortrijk/

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One thought on “Delta Light booth at Interieur 2012, Kortrijk – Belgium

  1. What can i say… PERFECT. Thank you for this blog.

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