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2408, 2020

TLV ISOframe – Red Admiral

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We worked with Rob Baxter of Red Admiral Design to design and produce this exhibition stand for TLV. The flexibility of the ISOframe Wave system meant that Rob could create a reconfigurable stand which would work in multiple spaces, but still get the consistency of brand and appearance that you would expect from a full exhibition stand build.

2008, 2020

Arnest International

By |August 20th, 2020|Categories: |Tags: |0 Comments

Brief

Arnest approached Redblu to help with making their stand more professional. They were looking for a modular exhibition system with the ability to easily rework the graphics and in the future have the ability to build themselves.

Solution

T3 Exhibition System to the rescue. No tools make the T3 system easy to build from the fantastically easy to follow build plans. If you can help your kids with lego kits, you can build T3. We added in some nice graphics, a display tower for showcasing products and an ultra lightweight counter.

For the first show they used the stand at in Paris we sent one of our fitters to build and break the stand. From then on Arnest used their own sales team to build the stand.

1308, 2020

Aberdeen Journals Lightbox Wall

By |August 13th, 2020|Categories: |Tags: |0 Comments

Aberdeen Journals needed an illuminated, eye-catching display to promote their Energy Voice publication at various events. The unit needed to be easy for the team to build without us installing every time for them, and break down for maximum portability. This unit was the result. The front fabric graphic is internally illuminated by LED wands (not quite as magical as they sound, but a good solution nonetheless), while the side and rear graphics are 100% blockout material, meaning light does not escape anywhere other than through the intended front face.

We designed this exhibition display stand using the T3 Modular Exhibition System. Easy build system using no tools, you’ve got to see it to believe how flexible it is and how easy it is to build.

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