Affordable Exhibition Design

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Harper Collins, Feb 15, 2011 - Architecture - 256 pages
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Given the increasing sophistication of architectural projects designed to showcase products at trade shows or to endow cultural exhibitions with a high level of visual appeal, this volume boasts imaginative, practical and low-cost designs in the field of ephemeral architecture.

Featured inside Affordable Exhibition Design are exhibitions from around the world; each specifically selected for its aesthetic appeal, strength in attracting the attention of viewers, affordable construction costs, use of reusable resources and ease of implementation.

Sketches, models and photographs are featured to reveal the process behind each project’s development and construction, along with its spacial area, the design team who created it, its materials (both new and recycled) and cost. This comprehensive volume is an inspirational resource, and confirmation that an eye-catching exhibition can be constructed without breaking the bank.

 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Pickles Chutney
15
Garden Vision
21
Design Post Cologne by Quinze МНап
28
Identity DeCoding
35
Coop Stand
41
Countit
47
AMI Booth
57
SIA Schweizerischer Ingenieur und Architektenverein
77
Viabizzuno
83
Ibercon
95
Jengaem
101
Projektpilot
111
Cardboard Cloud
117
Directory
190
Copyright

Garment Garden
67

About the author (2011)

Francesc Zamora Mola studied interior architecture in Barcelona and later in San Francisco, where he honed his design skills working with innovative architecture firms. Mr. Zamora lives in Barcelona and applies his experience to writing and editing about design and architecture.

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