I was the Designer and Creative Director at Moose Exhibits when we built the Pak-Lite/Selit booth for Surfaces International 2020 and a similar booth for the Domotex USA 2020 show. For Surfaces I had a 20'x40' area to work with and Domotex I had 20'x20'. It was a good opportunity to develop a unified architectural language for booth booths. Surfaces was their primary show and wanted to make an impact. I was able to give them a lot of vertical height which help negate the necessity of a hanging sign. By doing a raised floor and defining the perimeter with large wide, but thin in depth columns that transitioned to an overhead canopy I kept their space intimate.
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Model view of front of the booth.
As built image on show floor just prior to opening.
End view into product gallery. All displays custom designed to fit their products, yet size agnostic to fit any of their products.
Lounge/cafe end. The client wanted a lounge area for clients to sit and rest, plus do business. The railing was done to help define this end of the booth.
This is the smaller 20'x20' booth I designed for Domotex. Same architectural language, same product lines, just a smaller space.
Nearly show ready, well our booth was anyway. This is one day prior to show and we were done with the build way ahead of schedule.