success stories

Netzero

  • Integrates custom and system elements
  • Dimensional rotating sign
  • Interactive computer station
  • Complex inlay carpet

Quantum Marine Engineering

  • Developed and produced designs for both European and US markets
  • Incorporates natural stone on all work surfaces
  • Modular components allows for flexibility in booth layouts
  • Central tower incorporates dimensional logo, video presentation and storage

Port of Tyne

  • 10' x 20' inline backwall
  • Simulated wood flooring
  • Flat backwall with full bleed digital graphics to create 3-dimensional illusion
  • Custom hospitality bar

Cordis, a Johnson & Johnson Co.

  • 50' x 50' booth with central tower replicating their medical device
  • Revolving header with logo on three faces
  • Multiple work stations with interactive videos

MannKind

  • Expands from 20' x 20' to 30' x 40' island
  • Custom lightweight hanging with stretch fabric graphic
  • Suspended lightweight hanging structure with pillowcase fabric graphic
  • Interactive freestanding kiosks and touch screen plasmas

Taurus International

  • 40' x 120' (also used as a 30' x 80')
  • Central area incorporates a lower enclosed conference room with air conditioning, inset ceiling and storage area on the lower level
  • Above is a complete second level conference room/meeting area accessed by a radius stairway; from this level one can overlook the entire booth and show floor
  • Booth allows visitors to easily view over 160 handguns

RAM Real Estate

  • 20' x 20' island configuration
  • Stretched tension fabric for branding
  • Conference areas and reception desk

Germanisher Lloyd

  • 20' x 20' peninsula
  • Planked tongue and groove wood floor
  • Private office and fully equipped kitchen

Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

  • Adapts from a small inline booth to a 20' x 20' island
  • Revolving header in stretched fabric
  • Suspended double-sided light boxes and plasma monitors

Vlaaderen

  • 20' x 40' peninsula with conference room and storage area
  • Features maximum impact graphics on limited structure
  • This pavilion incorporates ten workstations for multiple exhibitors