Saudi Aramco Exhibit Design

Posted on Oct 4, 2011

  This exhibit was designed for a large oil company.  The exhibit had to be sophisticated, well branded, pay homage to Saudi Arabian culture and have several sections  designed for a theater, semi-private meetings, interview areas, information kiosks, a bar area, and a hospitality internet cafe.  After doing research on modern Saudi Arabian architecture I found that their was a lot of use of ancient patterns spun into modern shapes , so I took that approach when designing this exhibit.  I placed a lot of laser cut screen throughout the exhibit along with bold shapes and a...

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Pro Path Exhibit Design

Posted on Sep 12, 2011

This exhibit is for a dermatology company.  In their 30×60, the client wanted to have a centralized  area that was divided into three areas, meeting areas, semi-private meeting areas and an area for a contest involving microscopes.  The client was also going to have a 20×20 that was to leverage their owned assets but with different graphics that were branded more towards women.

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Earthborn Exhibit Design

Posted on Jan 4, 2011

  This was a design that was done for Earthborn Holistic Pet Food.  This exhibit was a tough one from the start because the client had a lot of demands, Lightweight, inexpensive, well lit, easy to set-up by two people, Later I found out that it was a peninsula and that it needed to reconfigure into a 10×20 as well.  The client had also been using an exhibit for around ten years so they were looking very...

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Cascade Exhibit Design

Posted on Dec 13, 2010

Cascade Engineering is a manufacturer of garbage cans so I wanted to be able to display this common object in a space that made it feel more special then it was.  I created a modern, slightly closed off space, to add a little mystique to the exhibit.  I made the exterior very clean and stark while contrasting that with the retro colorful “wallpaper” look on the interior.  The “wallpaper” was created by making a repeated pattern of...

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CompOne Exhibit Design

Posted on Jun 28, 2010

This exhibit was designed for a computer software company that wanted a large presence at a show. They also needed to present their software in a theater type setting along with 2 demo stations and 2 Ipad and IPhone software demo areas. This design used some standard product but the graphics that I designed made the booth standout in a very unique way.

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Hilti 2010 Exhibit Design

Posted on Jan 4, 2010

  For this exhibit the client wanted a space to highlight their tools in a very branded space. Â I am very familiar with Hilti from my fabrication side of design so I was ver excite to work on this project. Â The client did own a few items so I wanted to use their existing product so I could get a bigger impact. Â I was very happy with the upper fabric structures and how they drew people into the front. Â The interior of the exhibit had a lot of space for tool display and the exhibit I feel represented their brand well.

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Adaptive Curriculum Exhibit

Posted on Oct 7, 2009

Adaptive Curriculum is a 20×20 for a education software company. They wanted a modern looking semi-closed off exhibit. With room for presentation and software demo’s. they had a very colorful brand that was broken into two divisions so I used that division in their graphics to create a fun looking interior/exterior space.

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IDS Exhibit Design

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

IDS was a project for a medical equipment company.  They had large spaces before but they hadn’t spent the money on the exhibit.  this exhibit they wanted to change that but they wanted it to be designed with product that was flexible enough to be added to over the years.  IDS wanted the space to be european looking and clean with several distinct areas.  One space they wanted to have lounge seating presentations, another area was for private...

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Piloti Exhibit Design

Posted on Oct 3, 2008

This design was for a high-end racing shoe.  They wanted the 20×20 to have a VIP feel with only one entrance.  The rest of the space was dedicated to one on one meetings and product display.  I wanted to create a dynamic space that had a lot of draw.  To do this I made a two layer fabric shell that had color changing LED’s set between the layers.  This client also wanted to do a 10×20, 10×10 and some small displays for a rented hotel...

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Celanese 2008 Exhibit Design

Posted on May 5, 2008

This was a project that was done for a green based paint company.  They wanted a double deck to hold meetings along with area for storage and several demo areas where people could use their paint products.  I came up with this design to highlight their green aspects through the 3-form plexi panels with natural reeds incapsulated within.  The demo stations had paint cans sunken into the table tops to hold their product....

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Michelin Exhibit Design

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

  Michelin wanted a enclosed space with only a few entrances for their aeronautics division, they also wanted a double deck for meetings.  I knew that a square deck would start to look a little plain so I tracked down a circular deck and went to work in shrouding it with fabric.  For some added branding I designed a few tables that used their tires as the base.  Tires were also mounted to the walls for display.

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Fundtech Exhibit Design

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

This exhibit was designed for a financial software company. Â They wanted to stand out at the show in a fun way. Â Their brand was very bold so I decided to leverage there colors and their curved brand elements. Â I came up with a bold shape that met all of their needs. Â Each one of the vertical corner elements were for specific needs meetings, software demo, looping video and storage

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HMI Exhibit Design/Animation

Posted on Feb 8, 2008

  This Exhibit was designed for Herman Miller on a release of their new furniture line. They wanted the booth to have a showroom feel but also be flexible enough to reconfigure into a 10×20, 20×20, 20×30 and a 20×40. They also wanted to see what the exhibit could do in the future with the same parts and pieces. With my furniture background I was very aware of Herman Miller and what their brand ment to furniture design so I wanted to create a space that would highlight their new stuff but still pay homage to their history. When it came to the animation I...

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DLO Exhibit Design/Animation

Posted on Sep 27, 2007

  One of the first exhibit animations that I did for a design that I created for DLO. I had seen some of the other animations people did and I felt that they lacked excitement so I decided to create an intro to the video using some of there brand images. I feel that this intro helped established a good feeling of brand understanding. The booth it’s self was a 20×30 that required storage, a conference room, and several distinct zones for various product displays. It was going to mac world so I wanted it to be clean and sophisticated while fallowing DLO’s brand...

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Sterling Optical Exhibit Design

Posted on Jun 17, 2007

This exhibit had a very interesting problem that needed to be solved.  the client wanted to have the three divisions showing in a single space but in distinctly separate areas.  They also wanted to be able to break those three areas into their own exhibits that could be showing at different shows at the same time.  They also wanted the brand to look cohesive across the three divisions.  The design solved this by...

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NMS Exhibit Design

Posted on May 4, 2007

  NMS Communications is a telecommunications company that went to many different size exhibits at various shows.  For this design I wanted to leverage their brand but still give them a flexible space.  I decided to design a structure that hid sections of it’s self so that various graphics could be moved in and out depending on the configurations.  Demo’s were very important as well so they wanted a lot...

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Tri-tech Exhibit Design

Posted on Mar 8, 2007

  This was a design for a software company that serviced the firefighters and the police officers, each of their brands for these two divisions used different colors, imagery and approach to the show, but wanted to show in the same space.  I designed the exhibit two have two sides divided by a central tower.  One division wanted to present to their clients while the other was going with a demo approach.  Each of the sides of the exhibit were designed to accommodate this approach. Â

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Dentspy Exhibit Design

Posted on Jun 6, 2006

  Dentsply is a dental supply company that wanted to go to show with a clean modern exhibit.  They wanted to have a presentation area as well as a few areas to display their products.  I designed a very curved and unique display with custom looking areas that met their needs well.

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Kobelco Exhibit Design

Posted on Apr 26, 2006

  This exhibit was designed for a steel company, and won the best of show at the show.

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Permobile Exhibit Design

Posted on Dec 8, 2005

This exhibit was designed for a electric wheelchair manufacturer.  The client wanted to display their product throughout the exhibit and have areas for looping video and demos.  I designed it as a very clean space with a lot of area to enter.  The reception was designed to be wheelchair accessible as well as the entrances.  As you can see from the pictures the client had a different vision for the graphics that I wish didn’t happen including text of sheer banners, but hey nobody’s perfect.

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