The trade-fair stand was custom-made so as to be dismantleable and as a result it can be used on other trade exhibitions in the future. One of the exacting demands on design was related to logistics, meaning that its maximal dimensions had to be 2 x 2 x 2 meters and that all parts should be dismantleable. Therefore, the stand is made of a dismantleable aluminium structure that is easily transportable. Particular attention was given to detail - appealing company logo can be seen backlit on the stand panels. Colours were carefully selected as a combination of modest black and white which stood out from amongst other competitors in the flight industry using usually blue-coloured stands.
The aim of the whole undertaking was to present high-quality products of LPS and their partners who took part in the expo.
"When considering the competition, our design was unique," explained Milan Škorupa, senior architect at Siebert + Talaš, who was responsible for design and execution, and added: "Due to its uniqueness the stand attracted attention - that was our aim."
We commissioned our Slovak partner company, MTJ, to take over the execution of the stand whereas MTJ managed not only production but also the assembly and disassembly in an extremely short time.
"I'm glad that we were able to create something exceptional within a very tight deadline," commented Matej Siebert, one of the partners in Siebert + Talaš. "It's another successful international realisation in China which is a fast growing market. I'm glad that we could bring our Slovak know-how to China and prove ourselves against our competitors that we are an equal member on the international playground."
Partner: Matej Siebert
Senior architect: Milan Škorupa
Partners: MTJ Interier, SMART Light, NOREM (Forbo flooring),