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M626 
Lose Your Fear of Heights!

To expand usable exhibit space without increasing footprint, designers can use modular systems to create a dramatic impact, utilize the cubic content of the space effectively and make the most of a space by integrating modular components with graphics and other elements. In this session, you’ll learn:

•  That going up in an exhibit is not as daunting and costly as you might think

•  How to introduce modular components into an exhibit program

•  How to work with your exhibit house to incorporate modular components, such as walls and decks, in your design

•  Budgeting for modular components


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FACULTY:

Kerstin Mulfinger
As an architect educated in Germany, Kerstin Mulfinger has learned to utilize design, space and construction right from the beginning. As a designer and project manager for many years with Burkhardt Leitner, she has gained fundamental experience in the trade fair industry since 1996 - in Europe as well as in North America. As a designer with modular systems she challenged existing technology and whenever necessary for a client, developed it further.





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