Toyota booth at CES 2014 by George P. Johnson Los Angeles, Las Vegas – Nevada

May 12th, 2014 by retail design blog

Three advanced concept cars – the i-Road, FCV and Fun-Vii 2 – made their North American debut at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Toyota booth displayed these 3 concept cars by showcasing them in a brand new, venue-specific environment.

We designed the Toyota booth to showcase Toyota’s future vehicle technologies by dividing the space into three distinct technology / innovation zones. This attracted visitors attention and encourage fluid circulation with high dwell time in the space. The Toyota-branded, overhead halo header identified and defined the space, giving it POP within the sea of exhibitors. The design team refused to settle for “average,” and its dynamic form went through multiple stages of refinement until it was the right form – one that anchored and helped define the space. A large-format, panoramic LED media wall was used as a digital backdrop and featured content that highlighted the new FCV and Toyota’s legacy as a leader in alternative fuel vehicles. The modern forms and dynamic curvature of the space is a physical and visual metaphor to Toyota’s commitment to future technology and industry leading innovation.


Right side exterior graphics


Rear exterior wall

And finally, the FCV won 2 Best in Show awards at CES!!

Designed by Chris Fredericksen and Stuart Fingerhut
Copyright and photo credit: www.kathrynrapier.net

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