the ID: 1645
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We designed a pavilion resembling a boutique shop to invite visitors inside the space to view their beautiful collection of home furnishings. The dark grey color exaggerated by the focus of yellow lights falling on the fabric panels outside gave a royal and elegant feel. The interiors of the stall had cloth swatches on the walls and the hanging cloth varieties in the rack, which were arranged in geometrically at eye level for easy browsing of products. External walls were used as showcase for visitors walking in the aisle and entry was opened up the junction of the walking aisles for natural walk-in to the pavilion.
Siyaram’s – Heimtextil, Germany
the ID: 1646
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We came up with an innovative modular structure using Maxima, that can be easily installed, is durable, light-weight and a cost effective solution for quick set up of stalls. The brand name was centrally aligned on the modular stand and highlighted using arm lights. The graphics were displayed on the side walls in a linear arrangement while the seating area included white leatherite fabric sofas, tables and chairs complimenting its light grey carpet.
Megatherm – GIFA, Germany
the ID: 1647
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We designed a pavilion that followed the strong symmetry with softer lighting elements and material selection. Track and industrial lights were used to highlight specific areas within the stall paving a grand welcome of the visitors. The product merchandise was arranged linearly along the sides allowing viewers to experience them in a boutique shop like ambience. The selection of wood color, bar stools, mahogany hued table top and multi-level plant pots added to overall ambience. The brand name “Karma” was placed at the vanishing point of the stall connecting the entire design together.