As the booth was supposed to be re-useable for other fairs, we thought about a modular system of woo… Read More
Lomography booth at Maison & Objet, Paris.
As the booth was supposed to be re-useable for other fairs, we thought about a modular system of wood crates that could be assembled easily on-site, and that could allow to store the products while in transportation. We chose materials within the line of Lomography's brand identity for the retail channel (wood and brushed steel).
The wooden crate lids, were silkscreened with the 10 golden rules of Lomography. As the artistic signature of the house, we built the Lomofloor with white tone pictures to create a feeling of a larger space.
My role was to lead the architecture and graphic design departments on the creative direction, concept development and final set up.
The Maison & Objet booth design is a project of the Lomographic Society International. It was developed by the in-house design/architecture team. Read Less