SSP needed a fairly large exhibition display solution that would allow them to show a selection of their security products whilst technical information for some of the heavier items could be accessed by QR coded graphic panels.
The colourful graphics and brushed steel effects were a direct lift from the brochure design elements and coordinated the two.
This 6m x 4m stand packed down into 4 wheeled transport cases, 2 carry bags for the table and podium and 2 wheeled graphic drums for easy transport in an estate car or small van.
For this installation we designed this product display board, made from MFC panel with finished edges and then laminated it with a printed graphic, to be sturdy and withstand the rigours of people handling it in a static showroom situation.
The simplest idea was to present, in a tidy way, the workings of a security entrance whilst the actual products were fixed through the panel and could be touched or opened. The panel was then fixed to the wall with hidden battens for flush and tidy finish.
The loose leaf brochure placed onto an acrylic plinth (not pictured). The brochure that existed only as a bound, printed document, first had to be recreated in the loose leaf format, laminated introduction menu, section divider cards and index introduced too.
The acrylic was heat formed and wedge shaped so the ring mechanism could be fixed through the flat top and everything stayed put. Plus the brochure could be updated when required. A "one stop" for the client as we managed everything.