Illuminating Success: A Warped Design for Excellence


Project Overview

Our client was in need of an exhibit design that was not just practical, but also innovative. They desired a design that would balance openness with practicality, featuring a prominent product wall and open-air spaces. They were particularly drawn to backlit items and required seating for representatives. The design was to be a showcase of products, akin to a museum, with segmented displays for each country and product, offering a unique and engaging experience.

Design & Implementation

We designed a 16-foot tower with a locking closet and a 12-foot wood slat canopy. This structure, with its locking closet, provides secure storage for valuable items during the exhibit. The 12-foot wood slat canopy, in addition to its aesthetic appeal, ensures comfort and coolness for the representatives. With RGB LED lighting, the “WARPED” 3D edge-lit signage created a stunning visual impact, attracting visitors to the exhibit. We also incorporated custom showcase cases and a laminated reception counter with LED toe-kick lighting, enhancing the display of products and providing a welcoming reception area. Our mix of brand neutrals and wood accents provided a cohesive, attractive design that aligns with the client’s brand identity.


Our client loved the exhibit, praising its quality and custom elements. They specifically mentioned their appreciation for the matching of wood for bases and tabletops, which they felt added a touch of elegance to the exhibit. The furniture, flooring, and VIP area were also highlighted as areas of satisfaction. The colors and graphics met their expectations, and the electrical setup was perfect despite minor adjustments needed for wiring holes. The panels stayed up, and video integration was seamless. The client was thrilled with the final product and plans to repurpose the sustainable items for future exhibits, a testament to their satisfaction with the exhibit’s sustainability and longevity.

Warped PCA Side view
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