Famous Berlin Wall as lead motive for this year exhibition
check the renderings of my idea:
Leading theme: Berlin Wall = memorial landscape = the idea of overcoming difficulties to build the space for NEW creation = Turning ambitions into reality
2 parts of stand represent 2 companies working together to achieve common goal, the most important for our customers: success of their business.
Main connection: top of the walls and tables covered with “border poles signing” with one company’s name following another again and again. Customers can choose what’s better for them.
This type of stripes are also used by servicing and rescuing institutions which suggest us offering helping hand.
“Walls” can be covert with printed texture of actual concrete of Berlin’s wall and graffiti. (Proposed graphics can be changed if better options would be found)
The logos of both companies will be placed at the top of each wall with possible variation on each side.
“Turning ambitions into reality” will be at the centre of eye’s concentration point just under the logos written in a kind of handwriting way.
Have you ever considered creating patterns?
Whole word is full of them and you would imagine it has to be so easy to make them
Yet… not so easy 😉
Here is my first attempt
I started to work on this interesting project and produced 1st small render of possible corner solution
See what Revit can give us:
We have been having very long winter this year.
Flowers are here but the cold feels like November
Maybe this photo will bring the warm 🙂
running trough London’s streets you can find almost everything
even the horse galloping into summer 😉
Wonderful and terrible
Though still full of beauty
I am so happy to be a part of designing team
I always believed that the architecture has strong impact on our life.
Good architect can help us finding balance and happiness. I’m trying to take my part in this process in many different ways. For many years of my cooperation with PAB architectural studio I produced hundreds of projects, talked to people, listened to them and coordinated all aspects necessary to get them what they look for.
This is fair example of our recent works in progress. Feels good to be vital part of design process.
Visiting my hometown and checking on the progress of my projects makes me proud. I’d done this one when working for architect Janina Dunal and really enjoyed the complexity of technical solutions and full responsibility I was given.