For this week’s blog I want to share with you some of the fantastic knowledge that I gain during the last week. First I will talk about the exciting exhibition design website that I came up in my research and then I will share my experience about the retail design institute event that I participated in. After the most inspiring lecture that we had in our class by the fabulous guest Keith Curtis from Perkins Will I searched for more exhibition design. During his lecture in the class I was just thinking that it is what I want to do, this is art not just interior design. There is a vague border between exhibition design and fine art and this is the reason that make me love it more and more. In my search I found really interesting design company which is called MAUKDESIGN that has so many exhibition designs in his portfolio. They have various kinds of exhibition design range from technology exhibit, healthcare to car and sports exhibit designs.
I want to share some of their attractive projects here.
Exhibit at National business Aircraft Association show for Duncan Aviation who services corporate jets.
Sixty clocks on the glass wall, surrounded the statement “Expert in the art of time management”
Isometric view of the exhibit.
750 portraits are elegantly arrayed under a sign “The talent of the Duncan Aviation”
Every employees in the company (300) signed the central tower supporting the logo type.
Sola Optical-Teflon Exhibit
Concept: A Teflon molecule enlarged 8 million times. Environment focus was to use absolute minimum of materials.
Also as I said before in the last week I went to the event by Retail Design Institute that was held in Art Institute Atlanta. That was a great event . First It started by greeting, and I had a chance to see two of the guests that we had for our retail design roundtable. Then they had two speakers Laura Davis Taylor and Stacie Topazi who talked about technology and branding in the retail design. After that some of the students of Art Institute presented their retail projects which was a great experience to know how students working in other schools.
Finally I want to recommend anyone who interested in retail design become a member of Retail Design Institute to get a chance to be more involved in this part of our industry and learn more about that.
Information and images retrieved from http://www.maukdesign.com