This trade-fair stall was designed for company Anabond to showcase their range of products. The portability aspect of the design required special considerations for assembly, packaging and transportation.
The stall consists of a front and a back wall. The front wall creates a window into the exhibition space and carries the brand’s identity and logo, whilst the rear wall showcases the products. For the design of the stall the waving timber surfaces were placed in two different orientations: The surfaces of the front wall were extruded perpendicular to the wall in order to allow views into the space, while the surfaces of the back wall were extruded along the wall to create an opaque background for the display. The stall is divided into three sections from the consideration of packaging and transport, so the waving surfaces are built in sections. The bent plywood surfaces are supported by a frame, while additional clear polycarbonate sheets provide tension.
Project Architects: Rajat Sodhi, Christoph Klemmt
Photographs: Anand Jaju