Design an exhibit space within a 50ft x 50ft area and a 16ft height restriction. This space needs to have storage for workers and a conference room. A second level may be added, which doesn’t require wheelchair access. The main isles should be 6ft wide and 4ft for secondary isles. The whole exhibit needs to be non-permanent and easy to take apart for moving.
User Requirements: Reception Areas need 2 workers at each station, Café Area needs 2 workers, Multi-Media Area needs 1 worker, and Display Area needs 1 worker on the floor. Activity Requirements: Beverages/Presentation Furnishing Requirements: Seating for Multimedia and lounge areas. Space Analysis: 2500 sq. ft. Allow 625 sq. ft. for circulation. Dimensional Requirements: 50’L x 50’W x 16’H
Y = Yes
N = No
I = Important but not required
A = Adjacent
5 VIP Room
R = Remote
C = Convenient
U = Unimportant
Total Available = 2500 SQ. FT.
2500 SQ. FT. – 625 SQ. FT. = 1875 SQ. FT.
Less than 25% for Circulation = 625 SQ. FT.
Main aisles: 6ft Secondary aisles: 4ft
People veer to the right when entering a space.
Being able to see people gathering grabs the attention of others.
Walls and lights can control the flow of traffic.
Stairs should be near the center of the exhibit to bring people in.
Cafe/Lounge area should be on the ground floor to accommodate large crowds.
Reception areas should be near the boundaries of the exhibit.
Storage should be easily accessible.
All sides of the exhibit should be accessible.
Meeting room is a point of interest.
Comfortable lounge seating to keep people inside your exhibit.
Methods of Display
Goals: All displays are meant to attract attention, educate and promote a product. Types: Window displays, interior/exterior displays, kiosk, counter top, closed, shelf, wall, hanging, shadow box, booth.
101 – outpost
119 – marini
117 – gemini
104 – casegoods
W-5 – altos
115 – freesia
F-3 – route access floor
F-7 – brumark flexfloor
F-4 – brumark customizable carpet
F-1 – alusett topdeck two-story system
eureka yumi incandescent pendant
eureka moonset plus florescent suspended
eureka fixed trim incandescent under cabinet
teknion incandescent uplights
This project has been a huge learning process from concept to construction. Organization is key to completing tasks in a timely manner – especially with an extensive project such as this one. Communication plays a big part in the success of any job, as well as time management. These are all important aspects that aid in producing a product, in which your best work shows through. Rushing any step of the process takes its toll on the quality of the end result.