Affordable Exhibition Design features full-color photographs that illustrate the various stages of exhibition construction. By showcasing sketches, blueprints, floor and aerial plans in addition to final products, this book gives readers a backstage pass to some of the most jaw-dropping exhibitions in contemporary design culture.
Despite our economic climate, the level of sophistication and ambition has increased visibly in store window, kiosk, showroom, gallery and museum displays across the globe. By using cheap materials in unexpected ways (e.g. origami cubes, grass installations, undulating fiberglass walls, or gargantuan ribbon displays), designers are figuring out ways to display merchandise in an eye-catching yet cost-effective manner. Whether you're working with only 130 square feet or 1,000 square feet, this volume will show retailers, vendors, and curators how to fill their exhibition spaces with dynamic, sustainable, and budget-friendly design.
Affordable Exhibition Design will appeal to designers, interior decorators, store owners, artists and curators, and serve as the ultimate key to getting merchandise noticed in the 21st Century.