Windows On The World
Windows On The World
Trade show display
After years of using the portable pop-up trade show booth displays, I was approached to conceptualize a new display, and was given a $1,000 budget. Since Hunt Construction Group is a construction management firm, I decided it would be appropriate to go with a more industrial feel. The photos are sandwiched between two sheets of frosted Plexiglass, which are held together by nuts and bolts, strung by 1/32" braided steel cable, which are attached to threaded zinc rods by carabiner clips. Each photograph is backlit by a work light clamped to the aluminum frame. Each panel hangs at a different distance from the back plane of the display frame, so that the translucent parts of each frame overlap at least one more panel, to give more depth and visual inteest to the display. In addition to the design of the display, I also fabricated the entire piece myself in three weeks' worth of spare time at the office, and spent only 85% of my budget.
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Windows On The World

Trade show display, constructed entirely by hand.
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