Munich Airport Fair Stand ITB 2016

DesignerPhilipp Möller
Prize3rd Place in Interior Design / Exhibits, Pavilions and exhibitions
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Entry Description

As Munich Airport is built on an architecturally clear basic grid of 1.20 by 1.20 m across all terminals, the ground plan and cubage of the booth was structured by a strict grid, interrupted spatially only by the so- called connector—the accentuated forward slash of the new logo. The result were central places of encounter in which the desired connections could be intensified through personal contact to customers and partners. The modular and flexible construction also allowed the new booth concept to be used in many different ways and again and again. At the ITB Berlin the 15 by 15 m version was chosen and the natural and high-quality materials in use throughout made the 225 m2 stand appear modern and open.

About Designer

As a creative team of architects and designers we are acting at the interface between architecture, interior design and design. Our main focus is temporary architecture, corporate architecture, buildings and spaces , interior fittings and furniture, materials and surfaces, sense and sensibility. We are solving with dedication both every little detail and the complex questions arising from superior contexts. Our first priority is to comply with the requirements, preferences and wishes of our clients only then are we developing specific solutions to specific situations. To realize viable and sustainable concepts we are co-operating with partners who are spezializing in most different fields. Really inspiring spaces are based on concepts where developers, product, architecture and interior design are as one. Our designs are meant to strengthen label messages and company visions. To reach this aim, determination, passion and planning competence is our commitment.