Pop up stand design

We created a lightweight and portable pop up stand design which allowed our client to promote their unique laser-cutting products at a number of key industry events.


Trotec supply advanced laser equipment for a wide range of industries and materials which can be marked, engraved or cut.


Looking to promote their unique laser-cutting products at a variety of key trade shows, Trotec called on our exhibition design expertise and asked us to create a lightweight and portable pop up stand design that would make delegates flock to their plot in busy exhibition halls.


A pop up stand is a fantastic way to get the most from an exhibition budget due to its durability and affordability. A pop up system is also easy to put together and carry, so this solution was ideal for our client’s needs.

Using magnetic strips, the printed graphic panels can be easily attached to the framework and can also be designed without restriction. The clear graphics and bright colour palette used in the design contribute to attracting the attention of delegates.

By working closely with Trotec, our team created a unique pop up stand design that allowed our client to rise above the competition show after show whilst maximising their time and budget.


Stirling Lloyd

Modular exhibition design

Modular exhibition design

After exhibiting for a number of years using a standard shell scheme, Stirling Lloyd wanted to create a bigger impact at future shows with a modular exhibition design that would help them drive incremental visitor traffic and sales leads.



Modular training pod

lean tools

When the IS department of pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca asked us to design an interactive training environment in which they could demonstrate their ‘Lean Tools’ it was a challenge we couldn’t resist.


Bilfinger Berger

Foldaway exhibition stand

Foldaway exhibition stand

Engineering giant Bilfinger Berger had a requirement for a foldaway exhibition design for use at an upcoming recruitment fair. The stand had to show the scale of the projects undertaken and the level of experience the company had at its disposal.