Archive for the ‘exhibit design’ category

Jasper Morrison exhibition at VitraHouse, Weil am Rhein – Germany

January 20th, 2017

“This is the apartment of Allard Pierson, an abstract artist who doesn’t exhibit his sculptures because nobody’s interested in abstract art anymore, so he lives at home with them and occasionally invites people to dinner, to show them his new work,” Morrison said. The presentation features a living room split up into a studio and office.

Nordic light exhibiton by Note, Stockholm – Sweden

January 14th, 2017

Drawing inspiration from the moon and sun – each is represented by a disc suspended at either end of the voluminous hall – both serve as focal points. The moon’s reflection in water at night is captured by zigzagging, 50-metre wall that augments in height from one meter in the front to six meters at the far end, where the setting morphs into an abstract ode to the region’s famous Northern Light.

NMD_”Past Empowers Future” pop-up exhibition by Urbantainer, Seoul – Korea

January 11th, 2017

Inspired by the innovative sneaker for urban nomads, the NMD, URBANTAINER has designed a new type of exhibition with an integrated digital platform. The exhibition transcends the boundaries of the physical city and deeply integrates cultural formats in collaboration with 8 young artists.

“Inhabitable Painting” installation by Nick Gelpi, Detroit – Michigan

January 11th, 2017

“House paint pavilion” has been designed to allow visitors to both peer into and walk inside it, blurring the lines between the structure and the artwork displayed within its interior walls.

Hui Origin of Everything installation by C.DD, Foshan – China

January 9th, 2017

Visitors could come into this space alone through a narrow entrance, walk slowly and circle the space with the playing of background music which has a sense of ritual. While looking through the gaps between the bamboos, semi-finished Chinese Southern lion and Chinese leather drum placed in the centre could be seen; it is like a journey from outside to inside of both your inner self and the environment.

The First Words of Paper exhibition by INS architecture studio, Tianjin – China

January 7th, 2017

“The First Words of Paper”- the original voice of a paper, it is spontaneous, just like the baby voice. It present a complete state, an original state or a final state. INS focus the process from the beginning to the ending, it means the forming process.

Interactive Wildlife Installation by DEM inc, Taipei – Taiwan

January 5th, 2017

Located in the lobby of the CTBC Bank headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, “circulum formosa – being here” is an immersive digital interactive installation, that sees vibrant scenes of wildlife and nature recreated on a monumental display of synergistic screens.

Thompson Exhibition Building by Centerbrook Architects and Planners, Mystic – Connecticut

January 2nd, 2017

Wood was the ideal material for these purposes because it can economically enclose a large clear-span space while forming complex organic geometries. The intention overall was a wooden structured volume that would suggest a hull’s interior architecture.

Motion Exposure by Stephen Orlando

December 28th, 2016

Floating just above the surface of the water and cutting an alien intervention into the natural landscape that surrounds them, the light paths created by photographer Stephen Orlando dip and dive in waves of neon light.

Hall within the Cloud by Office PROJECT, Beijing – China

December 28th, 2016

Through the corner of room export, people enter from one room to another, through the open of every corner, form a visual corridors through buildings.

“Alessi in-possible” exhibition by Alessi, Milan – Italy

December 27th, 2016

Ordered chronologically from the 1920s to the present day, the event showcases over 50 projects by some of the most famous Italian and International designers and architects – from Ettore Sottsass, Achille Castiglioni and Aldo Rossi to Philippe Starck, Zaha Hadid, Patricia Urquiola, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec – which never made it onto the production line.

Pagodas robot at the National Gallery Singapore by Collective Paper Aesthetics

December 24th, 2016

The 5m-tall structure composed from 84 cardboard robots. The Robot’s eyes and decorated finial are echoing the key artwork from the intimate UOB Southeast Asia Gallery in the sixth floor to the gigantic public entrance space.

Novacolor Stand at Farbe Ausbau & Fassade 2016 by Cristiano Bonesso+Partners, Munich – Germany

December 23rd, 2016



The decision to make large panels with decorative finishes, and support them by three large walls is aimed to invite the visitor to touch and pull over different surfaces and materials, involving them in the Novacolor stand dynamism.

Christmas installation for QIC by Your Studio, Melbourne – Australia

December 23rd, 2016



QIC are a forward-thinking creative business who wanted to push the boundaries from the typical Christmas display – no fake snow, and no felt robins! What has been created at Eastland embodies the emotion of Christmas and reflects the energy of the local area and people.

B.lux at Basque Living, San Sebastián – Spain

December 21st, 2016

The new showroom is a meeting place designed for interaction, as well as to explore ideas and especially to exhibit the latest design trends. It is intended not only for consumers, but for professionals and opinion leaders as well.

Ricardo Martin exhibition by Hiruki Studio, San Sebastian – Spain

December 21st, 2016



When starting the design process, the main concern was to create an easy going experience with a bold concept, since the exhibition had to contain more than 100 re-edited black and white pictures, original photographs, and the original cameras Mr. Martín used along his career.

Madonna della Misecordia exhibition by Migliore+Servetto Architects, Milan – Italy

December 19th, 2016

From here, crossing the graphic wall, the visitors find themselves at an elevated position overlooking the wide “Sala Alessi” at the centre of which is a system made of veiled walls which frame and host the “Madonna della Misericordia”, surrounded by a light frame.

Panorama exhibition by Konstantin Grcic, Hong Kong

December 19th, 2016

The first three sections of the exhibition demonstrate how the designer situates his work in the present day, while also shedding light on questions that occupy him, and revealing how he envisions the future of design.

Cultural centre by Héctor Fernández Elorza and Manuel Fernández Ramírez, Jarandilla – Spain

December 19th, 2016

The white boards are slightly raised on one side, to sit on top of a stone wall that belongs to the promontory the village has grown around. This stone also remains visible around the edge on the floor of the space, while granite tiles cover the rest.

Pleat Luster system by ARCHIEE, Paris – France

December 18th, 2016


We developed this byobu system to provide all the required elements for the exhibition; including partitions, information panels, showcases and integrated lighting. We called this foldable product Pleat Luster and it became a product of the exhibition with the theme of tradition and high technology. This folding idea is applied to both the white screens and the black showcases.