Optimising roadshows as an event. If the design is solid, a roadshow will ensure a near-perfect customer journey at any chosen location. GEA was on the lookout for a unique way to shine a special spotlight on its new product offering for the high-tech refrigeration industry. A culturally neutral design was required that would support […]


’A quintessentially Dutch beach house with a warm, cosy feel’ was the exact brief Amels gave us for their participation in the Dubai International Boat Show. We created a fantastic project together with our partner in the United Arab Emirates. Our powerfully detailed and immaculately executed design even received an international design award – an […]


“You only get one shot at making a first impression.” Andritz launched its new stand design at VIV in Utrecht. It was made up of a large screen for optimum brand communication and an abstract, open structure that appears to enfold its surroundings. This is a radical departure from the norm in the industry Andritz […]


A prestigious project at the world’s largest trade show for the polyurethane industry that is traditionally organised in Maastricht every 3 years. In this particular case, our challenge was the limited time available to assemble a complex exhibition stand. However, we were able to achieve a brilliant result within the set timeframe.

Houston Methodist

We developed a striking design for Arab Health in Dubai for the second year running. This project shows our customer Houston Methodist at its very best. The organisation asked for ’an organic design, which, by reflecting the organisation’s presence on almost every continent around the world, would make its booth stand out from all the […]


One of the world’s leading manufacturers of polyolefins asked us to develop a concept that would help it demonstrate its solutions to current societal and environmental challenges within the industry to visitors at the renowned K-show in Düsseldorf. The keywords for the design were wow factor, practical and actionable and sustainability.


Muntajat was very clear in its briefing. It wanted a timeless concept for Muntajat that would not lose sight of its cultural heritage. Our challenge was to avoid too much emphasis on the visual aspects of Western-Asian architecture and instead create a meeting place for all cultures to interact and feel at home.