Mixing a speakeasy-like environment with touches of Victorian architecture, such as ornate columns and crown molding, in its 600-square-foot booth, Cybereason Inc. created a pleasing contrast with the otherwise ultra-high-tech booths at Black Hat USA.
Velas Resorts' 20-by-30-foot double-deck booth at Imex America offered a vacation from the turbulence of the show floor with fabric graphics showcasing the vibrant colors of Mexico.
To convey how every individual knee is irregular, knee-replacement maker Conformis Inc. fashioned an equally irregularly shaped, 2,500-square-
foot exhibit for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) expo. The display-filled stand comprised walls of custom fabric graphics stretched on extruded aluminum frames.
Kaco New Energy Inc. was a shining star at Solar Power International with a 2,000-square-foot booth that included a perimeter-spanning rigged element, demo area, and message-enhancing accent lighting.
Inlay flooring underneath a ceiling element of multiple tensioned-fabric "sails" ranging in length from 40 to 60 feet drew attendees into Onkyo USA Corp.'s 3,000-square-foot booth at the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) show.
A first-time exhibitor at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) show, Flatiron Health Inc. attracted guests with a 20-by-20-foot booth that included two backlit demo stations featuring a fabric surround shaded in its corporate colors of purple and blue.
For the International Council of Shopping Centers' Recon show, the city of Ontario, CA, built a 1,600-square-foot booth marked by lighted columns, meeting rooms for private gatherings, and a curved tensioned-fabric structure that incorporated multiple pieces of audiovisual equipment.
Moen Inc.'s 10-by-20-foot booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) showcased a hands-free, motion-activated faucet as well as
a pair of functioning U by Moen showers that can be controlled by both a proprietary app and Amazon's Alexa.
At the National Apartment Association show, ForRent.com, a CoStar Realty Information Inc. brand, offered a 1,000-square-foot booth with a 16-foot-tall tower, a social-media counter with rotating tablet stands, and suspended extrusion canopies with frosted acrylic accent panels.