ROLLS-ROYCE EXHIBITION BOOTH
/ BRIEF FOR JOB APPLICATION AT PICO+ /
Airflow is the fundamental quantity in aerial engineering. Floor Graphics represent a vector field of air blowing through the booth. Single streams are spun around displayed objects.
The Position of the site in the framework of the entire trade-fair affects inner arrangement. Most visitors come from the „vertical“ main corridors. Not so many will come from the sides and almost none will come from the front and back side as other booths follow there (the facility building is situated there). The Design works with an OPEN-SPACE solution, regarding the keywords:
AIRFLOW, AERODYNAMICS, VOID, CURVES, SMOOTHNESS, ELEGANCE, PRECISION
Main paths define the non-colliding area – where the Displayed objects are placed. Two models
are placed into front corners to attract passers-by.
Facilities spaces are placed along the rear side. It makes the one united lucid space in the front. Aerodynamic form endorses the visual concept. Continuous construction along the whole one side must be coordinated with trade-fair organizers.
The Reception / Bar is a bullet-shaped construction. Includes long bar table, sing, beer tap, space for fridges & barrels. Reception is visible from any point of the booth and heads the place.
The Storage is accessible from the back side of the booth by sliding door. Provides 2 × 3m of shelves. Its position makes Bar / Reception supply easy even during peak time.
The Meeting room is resembling an airplane cabin. Elegant windows are connecting the room with surroundings while noise reducing at the same time. Drop-shaped table for 7 people is turned towards a Plasma screen.
Plasterboard sandwich is used for the Main construction. Grid from standard Aluminiumprofiles is filled with acoustic foam. Wallpaper and paint are used for plaster-board surface finalization.
The Floor is constructed from fiber-boards laid onto the grid from timber. Finalization is made with adhesive printed foil or nonslip paint. The Design must be consulted due to the significant weight of displayed objects.