Hisence Showroom

Posted on Oct 8, 2012

  A showroom design for a technology company. This design was done alongside of a fellow designer, Nikki Bloomfield. We wanted to create a very hightech looking area to highlight their AV equipment. They wanted to fit a lot of there products into a relatively small space along with having a theater and an area to showcase there kitchen equipment. I feel that we came up with a very compelling solution that addressed all of there needs. The shapes spoke to there branding along with the color changing LEDs. Every aspect of the design was created to seamlessly walk someone through there...

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Oldenburg Exhibit Design

Posted on Nov 22, 2011

This is a design that was done for a company that makes mining machinery so most of the exhibit is going to be filled with large equipment (Ghosted out white shapes on the floor) They still wanted something to make them stand out at the show and there was very little floor space for architecture so I designed two large fabric structures to fly above the space.  The structures are designed to be very bold and masculine...

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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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One World Exhibit Design

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

  This Exhibit was designed for the One World Alliance for there GBTA show in Denver. I designed the exhibit to be a representation of an airport tarmac with the large tail fins differentiating the spaces. In years past the alliance was looking disconnected so this year we wanted to make the space feel a lot more cohesive and connected. The exhibit was a huge success at the show and the One World Alliance was so happy with the results that they signed a three year contract with...

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Eight Bight Exhibit Design

Posted on May 12, 2011

  This Deign was a concept for a new product offering that we were releasing. Â So there was no client involved. Â I wanted to create something fun yet impressive.

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Calavo Exhibit Design

Posted on Apr 3, 2011

Calavo’s exhibit was designed to the fallowing criteria: a double deck with lounge seating on top, Product display of there fruits and vegetables, a place to serve food and large storage for all of their product.  They also needed a large amount of literature and refrigeration. I then took queues from their brand when it came to the materials and graphics. When it came to the interesting problem of serving product that needed to be cooled at...

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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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Celanese 2009 Exhibit Concepts

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

  For this exhibit the client wanted to see several different looks on the first round of designs and agreed to us doing some quick designs without graphics to flush out the one they wanted me to go further with. Â I came up with several very different approaches to the project and was happy with all of them. Â The client had worked with us before but they were now going with a larger space. Â All and all the criteria was

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Eurotech Exhibit Design

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

This Design was done for a european server manufacturer.  There servers have a blue glow inside of them so I wanted to create the exhibit with this same type of look.  I also wanted the exhibit to look very futuristic and techie.

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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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ADT 2009 Exhibit Design

Posted on Feb 2, 2009

This Exhibit was designed for ADT’s 2009 exhibiting campaign.  They wanted to have a large presance at the show but they wanted to spend a little less then they had in the past.  To accomplish this I utilized a lot of the graphics and hardware that they had already purchased for past shows, but I feel I used them in such a way that it created a totally new looking exhibit.  I was able to still have a home feel  on the interior while creating a larger p

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Navico Exhibit Design

Posted on Feb 2, 2009

  Navico Was designed to look and feel like a store. Â Navico wanted to bring a lot of product from many sub-brands but still look connected. Â The design that I came up with had a custom product display along with a large upper structure. Â The design having all of the same shapes unified the brand but still gave options to each of the carriers to customize their area.

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Marvel Exhibit Design

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

  Marvel owned an existing booth but it didn’t have the impact and grander that they were looking for. I used the existing parts and pieces in a totally different way to create a closed off space that had plenty of space to meet, look at merchandise, visit the theater and just lounge.  Each corner or the booth was dedicated to a different franchise of their...

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Mitsubishi Exhibit Design

Posted on Apr 8, 2008

  Mitsubishi came to us wanting to have a dynamic exhibit designed for the release of a new product.  For this design I used some standard fabric structures hung in an interesting way to create a interesting center piece that we then projected light and logos on.  They also wanted the design to reconfigure into a 10×20.

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Viz Media Exhibit Design 2

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

  This was the second design that I did for Viz Media. They wanted a gallery look but a very modern feel.  I took queues from a few Japanese museums but added more of a comic book look and feel to the design.  I used color changing lights on some of the elements along with a large projection screen to create movement.  The rest of the space was designed to be an interactive area dedicated to the education of the Viz brand. To make the design and...

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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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Viz Media Exhibit Design 1

Posted on Jan 18, 2008

This Exhibit was designed for Viz Media’s Comic con show. I designed this with the concept of it being a gallery of there history.  Originally the concept was a museum that was “taken over” by the Viz characters.  I wanted the graphics that I created to dictate the architecture.  The space had a very controlled attendant flow so that each person who visited the exhibit would get a full walk through of Viz media’s history from start to...

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Viz Media 2007 Exhibit Design

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

  Viz Media had us design several exhibits for several different shows. This one was designed for the licensing show. The show was geard towards meetings for the rights to license media company’s assets. This 50×50 needed to be able to have a controlled entrance, several large conference rooms and displays that could be seen from both the outside and the inside. The also wanted their character assets positioned all over the exhibit. The Video was a Piece I did later for Skyline exhibits highlighting a recent clients thoughts on Skylines service, and capabilities. All the...

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Prism Exhibit Design

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

  Prism came to us wanting us to start off with several greyscale concepts to see if we could give them something that they liked.  After doing five very different ideas they decided to have us take the design further.  What we went with is a 30×30 with a large theater, a double deck with lounge seating and large graphics.  The overhead structure follows the triangular deck  with sections removed for head room o

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Hilti 2007 Exhibit Design

Posted on May 8, 2007

This exhibit was designed for Hilti.  The client wanted a huge presence and was interested in marketing their tools to the home owners rather then professional craftsmen.  they didn’t want to loose that market though.  When I designed this I wanted to design the space to be reminiscent of a home on the exterior but still have some of the features that a craftsmen would be familiar with. All of the tool demo areas had hanging tools on coiled pneumatic hoses.  Each of these demo...

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Cellatel Exhibit Design

Posted on Dec 14, 2006

  Cellatel is a european cell phone company that was going to release their products to the US at this show, so they wanted a very big first impression. Â The phones that they were about to release all had a fashion spin to them so they wanted to have a fashion show going on down the middle of their exhibit. Â They also wanted to have large bold graphics, space for models to change, and a lot of product displays throughout. Â The design that I came up with...

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Coors 2006 Event Design

Posted on Dec 9, 2006

These “exhibits were all designed for a event that coors was throwing for all of their brands.  Each of these spaces needed to be the same architecture but take on a completely different look depending on the sub-brand that was occupying them.  Each of these smaller spaces then surrounded a larger lounge area that was designed by Greg Mathieson (Shown on the last Image).  Ultimately we didn’t win this job but I felt that it was a very s

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ADT 2006 Exhibit Design

Posted on Aug 10, 2006

This Exhibit was designed and built for ADT.  The Client wanted space for demo’s, storage, Literature display and private conferences, but mostly they wanted to have the feel of a home that is being protected by ADT.  With that I designed an enclosed space and decorated it with some home furniture and then represented there protection with the graphics on the walls.  Most of the elements that were used for the conference rooms and demo station were elements that I used from a...

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EMI Exhibit Design

Posted on Jan 30, 2006

This was a few different designs that I did for EMI’s Christian Music division. The client wanted to have areas to meet some of their artists as well as listening stations and meeting areas. Â I designed custom listening pods that would work outside of their exhibit. Â The client also wanted to have their exhibit reconfigure into a 10×20.

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DeLa Rue Exhibit design

Posted on Sep 20, 2005

  This project was for a software company that specializes in bank and financial software. For this design we wanted to create a mock bank that was able to highlight all of the areas that their products could be used. I did two different looks from the outside one a modern clean building and another more traditional look. The interior used bright brand colors and some traditional bank fixturing to create a fun yet professional feel.

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Gulf Coast Spa Exhibit Design

Posted on Aug 11, 2005

  For this exhibit they wanted to give a feeling of water and movement.  I created a central area that represented the jets of the clients hottubs around this area there was product  and an area for the repair division and several zones for various lines of their product.

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