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D’art Design puts 8,140 cardboard tubes in a new context at EuroShop 2008 for Projektpilot. The fair appearance positions Projektpilot as a servi… Read More
D’art Design puts 8,140 cardboard tubes in a new context at EuroShop 2008 for Projektpilot. The fair appearance positions Projektpilot as a service provider for the realization of ambitious design projects. Awarded with: ADAM Award 2008, Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2010, EDGE Award 2009 (Exhibit Design Award) Read Less
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Projektpilot, which realises ambitious design projects, presented its full range of services for the first time at EuroShop '08. The company focuses on a comprehensive consultancy service, and on co-ordination and realization. Its trade show appearance is conceived as an encounter and communication area. D’art Design's basic idea is to put cardboard in a new context as a material  to produce something eye-catching that visitors will remember. There is a great deal of expertise behind the simple-looking structure. D’art Design set Projektpilot a challenging task: each of the 8,140 tubes had to have its length calculated individually in order togive the cardboard structure a three-dimensional shape.
Photography
HG Esch
Joerg Hempel Photodesign
D'art Design Gruppe


Awards
ADAM Award
EDGE Award (Exhibit Design Award)
Design Prize of the Federal Republic of Germany