Complete stand construction solutions: Expomobilia designs and installs exhibition stands of all types and sizes. With us, you’re spoilt for choice: it’s entirely up to you whether you rent a complete stand or have one custom-made. We often use a combination of rentable and bespoke elements, as this way the customer is guaranteed not only a stand that fully reflects its marketing campaign, but also the best possible price–performance ratio.
Corona inspires inventiveness.
To reach customers in a time of no trade fairs, Kraussmaffei HighPerformance AG presented its new product in its own production hall. Our team built an exhibition stand as a showroom, enabling presentations in both virtual and on-site formats. More than 130 online meetings and 30 physical product presentations took place in the showroom over seven months.
KraussMaffei had a lot planned for 2020. To launch the new NETSTAL PET-LINE, the Swiss company planned appearances at various trade fairs as well as its own customer events. Until now, customers from all over the world have travelled to Näfels, Switzerland, to see the machines in action. The Covid-19 restrictions led the company to switch to a new format - hybrid product demonstrations on its own premises.
To give the new machine the right setting, a showroom was designed, based on a trade fair stand concept. It was a placed directly in the company's own production hall.
The Expomobilia team was responsible for planning and building the showroom. Our team built the structures to the millimeter – fitting it in between posts, shelves, power cables and around the PET-LINE machine itself.
The upper floors of the stand was custom-made so that the crane mounted under the roof could move above the structure.
The showroom went into operation in mid-September 2020. Within seven months, 30 physical product presentations and more than 130 online appointments took place. The
latter were conducted by the sales team with a tablet via Zoom or Teams in the showroom, showing and explaining the PET-LINE machine live in operation.
Christine Blumer, responsible for event marketing at Kraussmaffei, looks back with satisfaction: "Above all, the product presentation by digital means proved its worth. Of course, we are looking forward to meeting our customers again at trade fairs and physical events. But for the future, we will certainly maintain the flexibility to be able to switch between virtual and real or to combine both formats."
SWISS KRONO AG has its headquarters in Menznau, near Lucerne, and is internationally known for its decorative wood-based materials and laminate flooring. They offer a range of products aimed primarily at architects, designers, carpenters, shop and exhibition stand constructors such as Expomobilia. Thus, our production covers their material requirements for wood-based materials at SWISS KRONO AG.
The Expomobilia team was already familiar with their quality products when SWISS KRONO AG invited them to bid for the pitch for the exhibition stand at Swissbau 2020. Our team won the bid by presenting a well very detailed and innovative concept, which emphasised the variety of wood decors.
The design consisted of a frame made of wooden slats that surrounded the upper level of the stand. The frame consisted of the 34 wood and plain decors, which SWISS KRONO AG presents as novelties at the Swissbau.
In order to meet the customer brief, six different “worlds” were created for the product presentation. Each world was a five m2 niche that had wood-based materials built directly into the furniture and floors. Special emphasis was placed on the overall layout because of their target audience’s affinity for design. In the Acoustic World, the impressive SWISSCLIC PANEL ACOUSTIC product is displayed. The acoustic solution drastically reduces disturbing noises and creates an atmosphere of well-being.
The Space Worlds were deliberately placed on the two outer sides of the stand, adjacent to the two aisles from where the streams of visitors entered. The meeting and communication zone were moved to the inner part. This gave those interested the freedom to go on a journey of discovery themselves and made the stand invitingly open.
The variety of decors and structures was integrated harmoniously into the various “worlds” of the stand in the most aesthetically pleasing and interactive way as possible.
Like as sample tree or in the presentation table and the lamps.
Another highlight of the stand is the interactive concern where visitors can get hands- on with the the different structures in the SWISS KRONO product range.
By manipulating the mobile lamps and structural patterns, the visitors can better comprehend the variety and appearance of the available surfaces.
The majority of the elements, whenever possible, were made of SWISS KRONO AG material. In total 223 decors in 19 different structures were used.
The Swiss glass specialist Trösch will once again participate at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam this year. The renowned Swiss glass manufacturer approached Expomobilia with a concrete vission. With this booth, they wanted to move away from the classic product presentation. Glas Trösch wanted to create a space that promotes interpersonal contact. For this purpose, the Expomobilia team integrated an unusual counter into the stand concept. Originally shaped like a spiral galaxy, the counter now resembles a windmill. Its glass wings are not only a real eye-catcher, but also functional. They offer visitors to the stand plenty of space to sit together with the Trösch employees and exchange ideas.
To create such an ambitious concept required excellent communication between Glas Trösch and Expomobilia. Glas Trösch supplied all the glass elements that had to fit seamlessly into the MDF stand elements of Expomobilia. A structural challenge that the Expomobilia team executed flawlessly.
Igeho, the Who's Who of the catering, food, and hospitality industries meet every two years in Basel. Expomobilia and MCH Global worked together to conceive the theme for Pistor's appearance this year. The result was the creation of Pistor Square.
The exhibition stand was created so that meeting, networking, and sharing experiences could be easily done by visitors, partners, as well as Pistor employees. Pistor Square was designed to be a place that inspires, informs, and lets the visitors interact.
With that in mind, the center of the Pistor Square, the bar invited visitors to linger and network while the barista served Latte Art and the sommelier nine different wines. In the show kitchen the chefs were busy preparing culinary wonders. Finally, the Pistor Square experience was completed with an inventive photobooth, the Sharingbox. Visitors were invited to take and share their pictures and in turn, Pistor donated a sum to the Theodora Foundation for every photo taken.
For the second year in a row, we built an innovative exhibition stand for USM Modular Furniture. The Salone del Mobile 2018 booth received public recognition by winning the bronze ‚Xaver' Swiss Communication Award in the category 'Best Supplier Services‘. The inspiration for the Salone del Mobile 2019 booth came from the question ‘Where exactly is the boundary between working and living today?’. Instead of a clear distinction, the areas seem to merge more and more. The integrated ‘USM Haller systems’ demonstrate a dynamic adaptability and invite visitors to actively participate. This year, the stand had an area of 204m2 and a 5m high rear wall. We constructed a walk-on, structurally tested pedestal, seating arrangements and individual, dimmable LED lighting effects. Our team excelled once again with its extraordinary reliability and precise work from the consulting stage, through stand construction, transport and assembly on site.