We have worked with LEGO Education since 2014 to provide a range of medium-to-large national exhibition stands, co-ordinating with European product launches and other marketing initiatives. Here is a selection of designs and installations at Olympia and Excel, London over the period.
We continue to provide exhibition and event services for the TTS Group at the BETT Show in London. This huge technology show continues to demand the best quality presentations from its leading participants and TTS are no exception in meeting this challenge. The 120sqm stand has to contain a wide range of products that changes year-on-year.
We continue to design and install stands for the TTS Group at the Education Show, NEC. An important product launch, last year, required a new stand to accommodate a theatrical 'library', from which the charismatic presenter could engage audiences through a 'secret' door! Full use was made of large-scale vinyl printing to create the dramatic look.
As a key element of a European-wide product launch, Stationhouse developed the co-ordination and presentation of key-contact and media briefings at the Danish Embassy in London and at Hotel LEGOLAND, Denmark.
We designed custom presentation cases with electronic lifts raised products into view, along with synchronised screens displaying key note images and content. These were supported with a re-usable large-format graphic backdrop system to tell a compelling story.
The Toy Fair continues to be an important European trade show for clients - the basic stand structure we designed is stored then refreshed with additional audio visual devices, feature shelving, graphics and lighting before installing in Nuremberg each year.
Stationhouse designed and built several exhibition stands for Serif to showcase their software. The client brief called for clean lines and surfaces, creative use of display screens, graphics and storage of sample products.
Stationhouse were tasked with delivering continuity of communications across the LEGO European marketplace through the design and installation of two separate exhibition stands at Didacta in Cologne. Attracting over 100,000 visitors, the trade fair project placed demands on strength of visual appeal and stand space for both prospects and employees to communicate.