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As a general contractor, we undertake temporary and semi-permanent interior projects, exhibitions, museums and showrooms.
Heidi Chocolat aims to have flagship stores on Europe's most discerning boulevards. For their redesign and the first implementation in Vienna, our team was asked to create a shopfitting concept.
The resulting design combines the natural materials of Swiss chalets with the stylish ambience of a luxury Alpine hotels. Special accents are set by the large wooden beams, in combination with modern, charcoal-coloured shelving and furniture.
The key visuals of Heidi Chocolat's new launch campaign were brought-to-life as a three-dimensional mountain backdrop - with integrated lighting.
Project manager Heinz Auer is pleased with the result: "It was important for us to work with a few select materials. This way, visitors to the Heidi Chocolat flagship stores are immersed in the ambience of a stylish, Swiss wooden chalet."
ABB have launched a series of co-creation workshops for their customers. The ABB AbilityTM Customer Experience Centers, (ACE) were created at their Ladenburg site, and at the global customer conference in Houston. Following an intense period of drawing and discussion, our team developed, built, and installed the elements of the centres. The design and digital content for the ACE comes from the New York studio Local Projects. The heart of the exhibits is certainly the Disruptor Table: here, 84 monitors were installed on the surface of a table tennis table. These can move up and down hydraulically in a spectacular wave formation, whilst being controlled digitally. "It was particularly challenging, but at the same time exciting to bring the exhibits from drawing to reality in such a short time," says project manager Heinz Auer.
Expomobilia was commissioned by BMW (Schweiz) AG to create a small exhibition stand with an internationally unique kinetic installation, which has become an eye-catcher at the BMW Brand Experience Center in Dielsdorf (CH). The biggest challenge was the detailed implementation of the booth design by Luxoom Medienprojekte GmbH. Numerous movable elements, motors and the control system had to be assembled by our exhibition booth builders with extreme precision within a very limited amount of space. As a pioneering exhibition booth company, Expomobilia could utilize motors and units that would otherwise be used in space travel. The 'Pixel Curtain', with a total of 36 pixels, is controlled by sophisticated software using hand signals. The development of this system took several months. Mechatronics, software and hardware were developed, manufactured and the trade show construction completed by Expomobilia as general contractor.
“Prison” (French for jail), the traveling exhibition has been commissioned by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum, the Confluence Museum in Lyon and the German Hygiene Museum in Dresden. It is currently being showcased at the Red Cross Museum in Geneva until August 2019. With its forward, unconventional and avant-garde design, the exhibition looks at the subject of incarceration from all angles- from imprisonment and exclusion to detention conditions, social reintegration and restorative justice.
Expomobilia managed the overall in-house production of fittings, graphics as well as the printing, delivery and installation of this travelling exhibit. The modular room and wall elements of the installation offer high levels of flexibility, hence enabling the mobility and versatility that are crucial whilst executing a roadshow. All of the elements have been specifically designed and entirely manufactured in-house by Expomobilia as compact units, that can easily be installed and delivered to diverse locations.
“The Fairy Tale Factory” exhibition, commissioned by the Ethnographic museum in Geneva (MEG), opened to the public in May 2019. The MEG highlights traditional stories with this exhibition. Eight tales, little or unknown to the general public, are staged in "Theaters of the Imagination". Magic lanterns, dioramas, mirrors, optical illusions and changes of scale allow to immerse oneself in the history and to free oneself from the rules of the real world.
Expomobilia constructed the exhibition walls, produced the interior fittings of the theme rooms and the showcase enclosures. We collaborated with Holzer Kobler Architekuren, implementing their concept and set design for bringing the unique versions of traditional fairy tales to life.