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Exhibit Design Awards
Design of the Times
Hearst Inc's booth for Shenzhen Creative Week fuses traditional designs with avant-garde flourishes.

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White Space
Denso Corp.'s Cobotta arm robot was used as the inspiration to create an inviting and unintimidating experience.

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Fishbowl Effect
Fairnet GmbH crafted a boxy, aquarium-inspired design featuring a massive LED wall with undersea imagery.

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Water Management
Umbrella-wielding staffers guided qualified guests through a 7-by-20-foot wall of water into this enclosed exhibit.

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Cloud Nine
Google LLC used low-tech, interactive stations around the exhibit's perimeter to pull attendees into the booth.

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Turkish Bath
Bath fixture manufacturer Vitra uses 11 shipping containers to house product vignettes.

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Top Drawer
Lumine Co. Ltd's space won over Exhibit Design Awards judges with its ability to elicit attendees' curiosity.

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What Goes Around
Impact XM staffers helped guests build their own Lego characters from a "Lego Buffet Line."

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Story Boards
Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions Inc. combines age-old storytelling with next-generation technology.

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Stick 'em Up
The exterior of Stikwood's booth was clad in the company's most popular product: panels of reclaimed weathered pine.

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Kidding Around
Playful design elements and clever product displays lead to a Gold Award for Munchkin Inc.

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Four-Part Ensemble
Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH wins a Gold Award by designing an exhibit that celebrates the complexities of light.

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D'art Gallery
D'art Design Gruppe wins the EDGE Award with a stand that mixes mirrors, cardboard letters, and a 15-foot-tall pencil.

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Into the Woods
Designer Takumi Takahashi envisioned an exhibit for Nippon Paper Industries that would bring visitors into the woods.

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The Great Wall
Intel Corp's booth at the 2017 Mobile World Congress featured the Wonderwall, a massive "intelligent" LED...

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Monkey Business
MailChimp wins a Silver Award for its transportive debut exhibit draped in copper mesh.

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Form and Function
Doka GmbH's campus-inspired exhibit makes the grade -- and earns a Silver Award.

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Design Dichotomy
Mirrored surfaces and varying textures lead to a Gold Award for Faraday & Future.

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Split Personality
Ledvance GmbH takes home a Silver Award for combining modern and vintage aesthetics in one narrative-driven exhibit.

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Light Boxes
Even more impressive than Two Parts LLC's inventive booth design was the budget it took to build: a mere $680.

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Black Market
Nearly void of graphic images and text, the stand for Insta Elektro GmbH maintained a laser-tight product focus.

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The Thin Blue Line
How do you make an exhibit open and inviting, yet still suitable for your brand's Goliath status in the industry?

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Lord of the Rings
Intel wanted an instantly engaging focal element that would entice visitors to see the technology as a unified whole.

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Breathing Room
Made of spandex stretched over an aluminum frame, Genentech Inc's 30-by-15-foot Breathing Wall inhaled and exhaled.

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Energy Star
Balkans oil company SOCAR's clever floor graphics help the firm claim a Bronze Award.

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House Party
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. takes a Bronze Award for its New Orleans-themed experiential exhibit.

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Baby Grand
Munchkin Inc. receives the coveted EDGE Award for an exhibit filled with fanciful product installations.

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The Light Stuff
Studio Cima's award-winning debut exhibit is a nuanced study of line and shape.

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Building Blocks
Kikkerland's 10-by-20-foot structure is built almost entirely from The Container Store's clear plastic storage bins.

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Natural Selection
Volvo Group Colombia S.A.S.'s exhibit employs eco-friendly building materials.

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The Container Store
Comprising two 40-foot shipping containers, SimpleHuman LLC's exhibit was a hybrid of mechanism and minimalist design.

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Stage Craft
The Custom Electronic Designers and Installers Association (CEDIA) used an artfully subtle metaphor to set the stage.

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Colorful Cubism
Sonance wins Best of 30 Years with the help of Pentagram SF Inc.

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Timeless Tiles
How do you promote the entire Italian-tile industry with only 10 pieces of tile? Use a little thing called restraint.

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Structural Support
A series of five identical, tensioned-fabric structures created intimate spaces within Autodesk's exhibit.

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Enchanted Garden
Garden of Life approached its exhibit designers with a peculiar request: Create a larger-than-life garden scape.

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Up Against the Wall
SAP SuccessFactors constructed a climbing wall that became a soaring centerpiece for its 2,000-square-foot exhibit.

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Deep-Rooted Design
This elaborate booth, featuring a central trunk, cantilevered canopy, and meeting area, appears to defy gravity.

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Shock and Awe
Raw. Edgy. Stark. This exhibit for bicycle suspension fork manufacturer RockShox Inc. was a purist's dream.

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Flights of Fancy
Duncan Aviation's exhibit features a cloud-filled canopy of employee photos watching over their clients' aircraft.

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Life's a Beach
Salesforce.com's exhibit at CeBIT was a tropical oasis in hues of purple, yellow, green, pink, and blue.

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The Magic Kingdom
Marketers at Wizards of the Coast wanted attendees to escape into the world of Magic: The Gathering.

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Logo Motion
When in doubt, start with the logo. It's a cardinal rule for corporate branding, exhibits included.

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Angles Among Us
By aligning product areas with consumer ideologies, Schattdecor's exhibit designers made visitors feel understood.

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Light Minded
How do you turn a giant white box into a captivating exhibit design?

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The Thin Red Lines
When Wargaming Europe wanted to promote its video games at Gamescom, they used WWII military histories for inspiration.

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Cementing an Image
Eternit constructed booths using its own fiber-cement boards, turning the structures themselves into product displays.

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Munchkin Land
Within Munchkin Inc.'s exhibit, the product functioned not only as the hero, but also as the central display medium.

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Pause and Effect
Milwaukee-based exhibit house Derse Inc. wanted to create a retreat as restful as a park and as rejuvenating as a spa.

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Rainbow Bright
Despite having its exhibit budget reduced by 30 percent, Intel still wanted to leave an impression on CES attendees.

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