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  • Fair
  • Projektpilot
  • Euroshop 2008

Debut of Projektpilot with an extraordinary fair design at the Euroshop 2008

The Projektpilot GmbH presents itself at the EuroShop 2008 with a fair design consisting of a 17 m long cardboard wave that weighs 18 tons.


The conversion of the simple material cardboard in a new context impressively visualizes the competences of the Projektpilot GmbH at the Fair EuroShop 2008: The fair design’s basic idea is to demonstrate Projektpilot’s realization competences. The general enterprise from Neuss for the creation of tridimensional brand appearances gives proof of its know-how with the development of a cardboard sculpture with a height of 4.20 m and a length of almost 17 that appears light despite its weight of 18 tons. Amongst other skills the know-how comprises intensive research and material expertise, joining technology and assembly expertise. The conversion of the simple material cardboard in a new context does not only create a sustainable eye-catcher: Integrated into the cardboard tubes are pull-out elements, which disclose information about the general enterprise from Neuss specialized in the development and implementation of brand appearances in the third dimension. The fair design left a lasting impression on the audience with this perfectly rolling wave and won the ADAM Award, the Design Prize of the Federal Republic of Germany as well as the EDGE Award, the top award of the Exhibit Design Award.  

”A sculpture made of cardboard tubes to touch and interact with as a fair stand to seize attention – definitively well done”.
STATEMENT JURY, ADAM AWARD
Facts
    • Project
    • PROJEKTPILOT, EUROSHOP 2008
    • Location
    • DUSSELDORF
    • Category
    • FAIR
    • Photography
    • H.G. ESCH, JÖRG HEMPEL
    • Partner
    • PROJEKTPILOT
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