Gallery: Inhabitat’s Pick for Best Designed Booth at Greenbuild 2010!

 
These nifty printed seed paper handouts were part of the product promotion.

The booth was developed by Columbia PureBond’s very own marketing manager Joanna Beckman, who was inspired by the Aqua Tower by Studio Gang Architects– just up the way in downtown Chicago. The booth was designed to use the cabinet grade plywood as the backdrop itself. We have seen countless displays with product samples on a rack so this presentation grabbed our eyes for its seductive design.

The undulating slates were cut on a CNC machine and then stacked in between posts with plywood disks used as spacers. The display at the show uses a maple veneer plywood with a poplar core. The sections can pivot to accommodate different sized booth spaces. From an angle the edges take on organic undulations. The uncluttered cabinet in the center spoke to a less-is-more aesthetic in an event that screams for attention at every corner. As part of the promotion these nifty printed seed paper handouts and a pack of basil seeds with a biodegradable stake promoting Columbia Forestry Products were being given out.

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