Century-old Sauleda -- a company that specializes in all types of awnings and fabrics -- enlisted Germany-based Dom Arquitectura to create a one-of-a-kind annual fair stand.
The company wanted a stand that both represented the brand and stood out as a unique structure. The design team created a series of hand-crafted wooden looms in a geometric shape, making each seem as though they are surrounded by threads intertwining up and down. Using ribbons to generate different shapes, the team created a bold structure that draws attention from across the room.
With complementary lighting systems, the annual fair stand provides a unique experience as well as a lounge filled with furniture made by the brand -- maximizing the sale of fabrics, awnings and furniture.
Geometric Hand-Made Structures
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Cerebral Co-Working Spaces
Kaleidoscopic Stained Glass Dividers
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Triangular Art Deco Offices