Schlumberger presented us with two objectives. First to showcase Schlumberger’s 50 years of Canadian heritage. Secondly to create a booth that represented innovation and creativity. It was important to them that the display be eyecatching and draw in people from a distance.
Our solution was an eight metre high rotating sign, suspended 1.5 meter wide maple leaves and a series of six 6.5 metre high fingers encircling the main gathering area. The concept received widespread attention, and was featured in the Calgary Herald for it’s grandiose and contemporary design.
Working with Saskatoon Airport Authority gave us the unique opportunity to create a display solution that could be used for various purposes and venues. They came to us with the need to capture the feel and essence of saskatchewan and simultaneously cultivating a welcoming and inviting space where attendees could interact with the booth and booth staff.
We started off with a Milan structure to ensure beautiful graphics, and simplistic setup and takedown. We incorporated extending arches over the defining structures to allow or different configurations while preserving a feeling of cohesiveness. To accommodate guests we also integrated furniture rentals to create an inviting and relaxing space for attendees to relax and speak with staff and fellow visitors.
Richardson approached us with the need for a display concept that would exemplify a higher profile for their company and reflected their position as a premier competitor in the industry contained within a 20×20 space. They expressed a need for space to hold one-on-one meetings, storage and monitors where booth staff could have internet access.
Our solution was to create meeting stations with monitors around the perimeter of the booth to increase the likelihood of engaging passers by. We then incorporated a halo structure to attract attention from all viewing angles. We also meticulously designed the booth to ensure it’s structural integrity echoed Richardson’s image as a leader and innovator in their industry.
Nureva gave us the unique opportunity to work with them on their first trade show exhibit as a new company. They expressed the need for visibility across the trade show floor and some type of solution to be able to highlight and demonstrate their software.
To achieve this we wanted to create a tall structure, this would allow or high visibility, while eliminating the need to rig or hang any signage. We incorporated a halo design for the banner atop the display to allow for 360 degree viewing angles. Next, we incorporated four demo stations that included computers for visitors to interact with the software. We also created an area for informative signage that could double as a presentation area with a large monitor on the perimeter of the booth.
For the NovAtel booth concept we were presented with the challenge of creating a 20 x 20 space that invited the flow of traffic, while leaving a sufficient area for attendee‐exhibitor interaction around a multitude of product displays.
To achieve this, our team started with a tower acting as both a central anchor point and a storage unit, four thin profile ceilings, each constructed as one modular unit, would be distributed throughout the 20 x 20 booth space. This would allow us to have overhead lighting throughout the booth, minimize overhead structure to keep the space open and achieve efficient packing.
Bombardier presented us with the challenge of creating a 10 x 20 booth concept, with only 3 weeks until their show. The design also needed to be lightweight, easy to set up and transported by plane.
We were able to answer the call of duty, and create this booth concept within the time frame, meeting all of our clients parameters.
Alberta Egg Producers Association approached us with the challenge to utilize a 10×20 space to educate and inform both children and adults about the egg production process in Alberta. The concept needed to be interactive, portable and custom.
To carry out this objective we encouraged the use of digital media and bright colorful graphics to connect with a younger audience.Incorporating monitors and an intricate electromechanical interactive display allowed for any visitor to interact with any part of the egg extraction and production processes; successfully creating an educational and interactive experience for their visitors.
SAIT came to us with the need to create an inviting and informative solution for their annual open house. The solution needed to embody the culture of SAIT, while being informative and eye catching for potential students, and visitors.
To achieve this we utilized large hanging banners to individually showcase each of the programs offered at their institution, utilizing their brand colors and graphics to create an aesthetically pleasing, representative and inviting space for their indoor event.