At events and trade fairs, it is all about one thing: to be different from the competitors and to present their own products in the best light.


Years of work and experience with trade fair construction and events have taught us how to create unique presentation systems that stay in mind and to be on the top of all exhibitors.


From design to implementation and installation. This only works with a Team that is ready to "go the extra mile", as you can say so nicely today.


Our work has taken place at the world's largest trade fairs, including Gilette, Philipp Morris and Johnnie Walker. Choose for yourself.









Open Air Promostand, München

This project challenged us in many ways: the Installation should correspond to the outdoor conditions,

implementation of modular and Plug-and-Play principles. We got to work and implemented a design made of lightweight materials and hard-fibre coating.

Thus, the Promostand was installed in a very short time and met the requirements of a permanent installation. In order to realize this complex form, we had engineered all parts with 3D CNC technology: we produced 26 different forms and worked with 42 different materials from different application areas.


The result was this unique eye-catcher stand for Gilette where visitors could interact with the products. 



The challenge for trade fair and event construction is to create conditions for the construction on site without ever having been there before.

I'm glad that we're now professionals in it. For Philip Morris we designed the installation that allowed the visitor to try themselves out in graffiti. 
. Within the framework of the world-famous "Don't be a Maybe"campaign for Marlboro, visitors were able to create their own graffiti works on the Screen using an iPad, which were simultaneously transferred to a large screen.

By sharing on users ' Social Media channels, they could connect with others around the world.


Modular Bar, Moscow

Here for Diageo in Moscow we developed a modular bar for the annual championships of the best barkeepers. The challenge was "Form Follows Function".

The task was to design a modular and mobile bar that meets all the requirements of a permanently installed bar.

In addition, however, it should carry the uniqueness and values of the brand through an unmistakable Design and give Johnnie Walker a new face of a premium quality whisckey.

The result can be seen, can't it? Well, cheers.