Adler Planetarium "The Universe: A Walk through Space and Time" uses creative design to immerse their visitors with a story. Pictured is a long black wall that supports individual custom-shaped tensioned fabric screens, with changing images of the universe projected on them.
Cambridge Silversmiths for the 2010 International Housewares show, the challenge was to make an entirely freestanding booth. The arches, signs and canopies are all tied together so that no hanging points are required. Frames have diagonal truss built in to minimize deflection and add stability.
Kellogg’s is a great representation of TenFab’s LightSign. The Kellogg’s logo is a dimensional ellipse with internal lighting. It is attached to a flat panel with nothing more than a few bolts. Designed with wire management in mind, all power for the lights runs through the flat panel to the floor.
Iluminarc At Lightfair International 2010, Iluminarc wanted an innovative way to incorporate their products into their booth. TenFab designed these dimensional walls to showcase their color changing LED products and attached canopies inside held recessed lighting fixtures.
J. Lo Deseo/Flower Show Mobile for Macy’s 2008 Flower Show in Chicago, TenFab was given nothing more than a drawing of the mobile branded. Engineered to hang from a single point, the mobile consists of a ring sign, 8 leaf-like structures, and 7 bells. The mobile was recovered and used for Macy’s 2009 Flower Show in Philadelphia.
Russian Helicopters The simplicity of a ring sign, with maximum impact. Three closed bottom rings, at various sizes, give this booth the attention it deserves. Printed with the Russian Helicopters logo on the bottom, these rings help to give the booth a ceiling, while showcasing their brand.
AT&T was a project none of our competitors wanted to touch. A dome shaped canopy with stainless steel edges, this design featured twinkling lights just under the printed fabric that illuminated the stars in the logo one at a time.