Archiv für die Kategorie ‘Project related news’


Donnerstag, 25. September 2008

Fabian just came back from his Hannover job, where he set up the Bertrandt fair stand. Everyone was happy with the outcome. The fair was a success for the client and for us.


Dienstag, 02. September 2008

Simone and Florian are the award winning design team of this summer! Their work for hager was nominated at the if Award. Congratulations.


Montag, 25. August 2008

The German Pavillion is one of the biggest attractions at the Expo in Zaragoza. There are days where the line has waiting hours of more than 4 hours! There are days where there are more than 40 delegations a day to get a special treat. One special treat was given to a delegation from the Landesentwicklungsanstalt Saarland by Uli and Steffi. The group really enjoyed not only getting to know the pavillion, but also hearing the stories behind the whole. A very pleasant and interesting afternoon for all of them.

Herman Miller in Milan

Mittwoch, 25. Juni 2008

The stand on the furniture fair was a test for the orgatec in october what is going to be a lot bigger. We were happy with the results, and look forward building the orgatec stand!


Mittwoch, 25. Juni 2008

Lots of bikes and a small budget, that was the briefing behind the stand for the pitch of GIANT. But we made something beautiful out of it and got it!

Trailer Pavilion of the Netherlands in Zaragoza

Mittwoch, 25. Juni 2008

Curious yet?

LED facade

Dienstag, 10. Juni 2008

The facade of the African Pavilion. Concept by Atelier Brückner.


Dienstag, 10. Juni 2008

The Zaha Hadid bridge

The Expo headquarters

The Spanish Pavilion

The Blubb

The pavilion of the state aragon


Dienstag, 10. Juni 2008

Frank and Achim present the latest version of the facade… Final statement: approved!


Dienstag, 10. Juni 2008

Have a look at our “facade session”. 500.000 cable straps were used to form a fascinating facade for the 2008 Expo in Zaragoza. The Totems driveway was converted into a giant work space for many many people who were involved. From Trainees to CEOs.