Paris Booth by Arbol Color at Lollapalooza, Santiago – Chile

August 20th, 2015 by retail design blog

Like an experience that generates memory and repercussion was the realized proposal to the biggest retail company of Chile for the Lollapalooza festival, realized in Santiago.Being that the festival was in one of the biggest park, the idea consisted in make a booth like a height glass cabinet that allows, during turns, a unique view of the park and the musical bands in the closer stage. This was possible thanks to a robust metallic structure, covered with jeans fabrics, with an electrical tackle system that allows to get up and down the seats. From the distance, the booth was seen with a very dynamic façade in constant movement, attracting visitant of the festival inside to realize all the activities that the brand had.

Design: Felipe Ferrer Ceroni














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3 thoughts on “Paris Booth by Arbol Color at Lollapalooza, Santiago – Chile

  1. Jordan says:

    What an awesome looking booth! Looks like people are having a great time on it. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Peter says:

    Wow! wonderful!

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