Reusable stand at ecobuild 2013

ecobuild show is all about sustainability, innovative construction and re-usability of building materials. So it only makes sense for a company that makes a living out as an online exchange for construction surplus and re-usable materials. Recipro can be used to pass on leftover building supplies or to source good quality, low cost construction materials.

Our client, recipro came to us with a brief that the stand has to be contemporary, simple and reusable. Our modular system was just the right solution. With slim aluminium frame that houses individual Foamex panels to display graphics on gives the whole stand contemporary edge, clean finish and it takes only 100mm of depth of the stand. It doesn’t require a team of people to put it up and take it down and the graphics can be re-used for the next show, keeping the cost low as well as reducing the waste.

We think it makes perfect sense but don’t take our word for it, the pictures speak for themselves. The size of the stand is 3x4m and the system is available to hire, just give us a call on 01978 780421

Modular exhibition stand
Contemporary graphic modular exhibition stand
Modular exhibition stand
Contemporary modular exhibition stand
Modular exhibition stand
Contemporary graphic led display at exhibition
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Installation for art exhibition – Liverpool Biennial 2012

When it comes to the world of art, thinking needs to be adjusted to appreciate the full picture. It isn’t good enough to just build a plinth. You need to understand where it will be position, what it is for and how the whole look and feel will affect the finished artwork.

We feel very honoured to have been asked to build several plinths and display cabinets for Liverpool Biennial 2012.

Here are the photos of the largest installation – 12 freestanding pods to house 46 inch plasmas and DVDs, computers. They were painted in TV white as they were not to be too obvious. The whole idea is for the visitors to stand in the middle of the circle and get immersed in the display on the screens. Around this installation we also made 7 smaller plinths to have projectors fitted to them for other installations.

The artists are Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse and the installation is in the Cunard Building in Liverpool and will be there until 25th November.

Modular graphic display stand for hire

We have added a new product to compliment our bespoke design and build side of the business. Following several enquiries from existing clients and some new, potential clients asking for a graphic display stand that isn’t the usual pull-up or pop-up stand we have found an amazing product that we showcased at a local exhibition.

The framework is light and made out of aluminium and the graphics panels are printed on foamex boards. The counter is stunning with front and back graphic panel to allow for branding.

We showcased the stand yesterday and the response was amazing with a few orders taken and several enquiries to hire the stand for bigger exhibitions. This is perfect to sit inside a shell scheme as it is the same height and therefore covers the usually unsightly walls. The system is highly adjustable and can add iPads, screens and literature holders and it will also sit at 90 degrees to form a corner.

The system is completely double sided and would look stunning as a wall or a room divider with graphics on both sides or in showrooms.

To find out more about the sizes and prices please call 01978 780 421.

Microtile surround

We are keen to showcase our recent collaboration with our client Alive&Sound of the microtile surround we’ve built. The brief included the maximum height, the size of the microtiles and a request to fit 8 wide by 6 high tiles into a curved front surround.

The surround was made out of four pieces and finished in high gloss white paint.

We think photos speak for themselves. Here are a few from the initial design to the finished product. And if you are looking to have something like this for your event get in touch by phone on 01978 780 421 or email info@blackiris-exhibitions.co.uk for further information.

Monster Tuck Shop

This unit had to be made in three separate parts and assembled on site because the access was a bit tricky. The shelves will be holding pots of sweets, the cupboard is fitted with push catches so no need or handles, on top of the cupboard will sit a till and a large wall mounted screen. There is also space to the right hand side for a smaller screen. The shelves are cantilevered so they appear to be floating but have the strength to take the weight for displays. The whole unit was painted in high gloss white paint and the logo is made out of poly and painted.

There are still graphics to go on the shelves and of course, the pots of sweets but it’s looking great already.