Archive for the ‘exhibit design’ category

Spirit of Innovation – BYD booth design by VAVE GmbH, Shanghai – China

September 20th, 2017

A dynamic arrangement of breathing luminous elements on the ceiling translate energy streams into the third dimension and let the visitor feel the power behind the EV-technology. With the element of lines on the wall and floor, cars and exhibits visually connect with the booth architecture, thus creating one strong concept.

Stefany’s stand at DOMOTEX 2017 by YERce Architecture, Hannover – Germany

September 19th, 2017

Behind this surface, isolated from the crowd of the fair where the visitors could meet up with each other, the products and the hosting company; an area that would accommodate a cafe in the middle was designed. The location of carpet exhibition units was planned slightly inwards from the perimeter.

Onyx Towers by Marco Porpora Architects, Verona – Italy

September 18th, 2017

The space is articulated within a simple rectangle open on the three sides, but it creates soft and sinuous sets around the three onyx towers. The round shape, the basic element of the stand design, takes on various spatial or simply flat proportions and is repeatedly reproduced from the ceiling to the platform.

Etihad Museum, Dubai – U.A.E.

September 15th, 2017

Umaya used B Light’s know-how for the outdoor lighting of this majestic project. The aim of the project is to make the Museum’s stunning architecture stand out and to emphasize the uniqueness of its structure.

“Minima | Maxima” installation by Marc Fornes, Astana – Kazakhstan

September 14th, 2017

The project was commissioned for World Expo 2017, an event which showcases architectural and engineering innovations. The structure will remain a permanent installation that incites curiosity and engagement on the site.

“Trésors Quotidiens” exhibiton at WeWork La Fayette, Paris – France

September 13th, 2017

The exhibition “Trésors Quotidiens” at WeWork La Fayette shows a series of nostalgic collectibles — physical products in an increasingly digital era. Baron’s selection includes approximately 35 products that enhance the creative workspace, chosen from 20 iconic galleries, bookstores and concept stores throughout Paris.

Silo of Silence – Clicked Core by Haegue Yang, Berlin – Germany

September 11th, 2017

Based in both Seoul and Berlin, Korean artist Haegue Yang is known for using mundane objects and materials, ranging from industrial mass-produced items to organic and immaterial things such as smells or noises as well, to create intricate and nuanced installations.

“Healing pavilion” by Ball-Nogues Studio, Los Angeles – California

September 5th, 2017

The pavilion was created using 2,793 linear feet of 2-inch diameter mild steel tube. In total, 352 individual components were precisely bent with a computer numerically controlled rolling system. Together, the tubes form an occupiable structural shell with no extraneous elements.

Portugal SERIP Lighting Exhibition Hall by CUN Design, Beijing – China

September 4th, 2017

Exhibition hall design is a sort of display design, which combines the best space relation between people, exhibits and space. When I was commissioned by SERIP to do the design, all I wanted to do is creating a very different form of exhibition hall.

Exhibit Columbus by Snarkitecture + formafantasma, Columbus – Indiana

September 2nd, 2017



For this year’s edition, Exhibit Columbus worked with five international galleries to create installations along Washington street, Columbus’ main artery. Each of these galleries selected one designer from its stable to develop an object or experience that ‘enhances human interaction and connection, and that inspires community conversations about the role of design in daily life’.

Burning Man 2017 art installations, Nevada

September 1st, 2017

The temporary metropolis, erected annually, draws colossal crowds of devoted “burners” who come to experience spirituality, community, and art. Guided by the ten principles — first documented by co-founder Larry Harvey in 2004 — participants build the city, and then burn it to the ground 9 days later.

Tejas Borja Stand at Cevisama 2017, Valencia – Spain

August 31st, 2017

The concept for the stand was to develop a main space that was created using natural wooden slats, which conveyed the appearance of the tile installation battens of a real roof.

Wave of buckets by Factor Eficiencia and 5468796 architecture, Mexico City – Mexico

August 25th, 2017

The 100.0 m² temporary pavilion uses common painter’s buckets as its building blocks, connecting them together via an expansive grid of ropes. In the Mexican capital these objects are typically used to claim a piece of street by “viene viene” entrepreneurs, who operate outside the government’s oversight and aggressively charge drivers wishing to park.

Forest of Business Cards exhibition by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects

August 23rd, 2017

Visitors remove cards of interest, thus changing the exhibit density which in turn shifts their own focus. This results in a complex and beautiful facade that changes from one moment to the next as would the Japanese Sakura (cherry) tree.

NAWA sculpture by Oskar Zieta, Wrocław – Poland

August 18th, 2017


The sculpture’s shiny, eye-catching exterior attracts the passing visitor. But, upon closer look at its surface, one will see the reflection of the surrounding environment.

Ace & Tate by OS & OOS, Eindhoven – Netherlands

August 9th, 2017


OS & OOS dismissed bland carpets and tiles reminiscent of medical examination rooms in favour of raw concrete in line with Eindhoven’s historical architecture style.

Seeds of Time exhibition in the Himalayas Art Museum by Collective Studio, Shanghai – China

August 3rd, 2017

Curated by Dr Yongwoo Lee and Hans Ulrich Obrist, the Shanghai Project Chapter 2: Seeds of Time exhibition in the Himalayas Art Museum brought together artists and researchers with the aim of proposing new strategies for alternative approaches and solutions to issues of social and environmental sustainability.

Origami exhibition pavilion by Manuel Bouzas Cavada, Manuel Bouzas Barcala and Clara Álvarez García, Logroño – Spain

July 31st, 2017

The idea is simple; we want to generate an icon, an attractive exhibit that seeks to stir curiosity and catch the attention of the city´s inhabitants. But also, we want to show that the Garnica panels are self-supporting; we haven’t used any supporting structure or sub-structures. We have only used the starting material, the Garnica panels: 39 of them.

COR Shop by BLOCO Arquitetos, Brasilia – Brazil

July 29th, 2017

The client´s briefing for the shop “COR” asked us to create a space that could work both as a showroom for a Brazilian brand of paintings and architectural coatings and as the backdrop for the display of the work of the furniture designer Paulo Alves, from São Paulo.

Practicing teaching experiment by CAFAarchStudio10, Beijing – China

July 24th, 2017

The subject requires each student to create a small structure with envelope enclosure from concept design to construction, so as to achieve true experience of the three aspects as scale, material and use through the whole process, creating space by the way of structure; expressing structure by materials and nodes; and creating a space atmosphere to achieve physical body perception.