exhibition – RSB, The Royal Society for the Blind

The RSB is a not-for-profit organisation providing services to South Australians who have a severe vision impairment. These services are delivered by a professional, committed and highly qualified team supported by volunteers, drawn from all age groups and walks of life.

I am proud to have worked with the RSB in 2009, 2010 and 2011 with display, exhibition and merchandising design services, including their 125 year celebrations birthday cake, the 125 year history museum exhibit, concept development for new fund-raising boxes and  especially with the design and development of the Royal Adelaide Show exhibit , winning best exhibition stand in 2009, for all stands under 36m2.

Can I help you stand out from the crowd ?                                    (Photography – Lightly Salted Commercial Photography)

IT Happens in South Australia

World Congress on IT – Adelaide Convention Centre – 2002  A 150 square metre exhibition stand representing 25 South Australian IT companies showcased our State capability and brought financial benefit to the companies on display. The design solution made effective use of the footprint and the full ceiling height of the exhibition centre creating an elevated and enclosed platform.

Award of Merit, 2002 Design Institute of Australia – Laminex Group  SA Awards Program – “overall the integrated design solution represents international best practice and is well deserving of the Award of Merit”

ASC Australian Submarine Corporation

Standing in excess of five metres tall the ASC exhibit dominates the exhibition hall at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The stand has now been assembled, dis-assembled and re-assembled six times and currently is in storage ready for use at the next Defence and Industry Trade Show. Re-usability has always been important in my display planning.

display furniture for winery

Designed to be more than an information point, these display units are Furniture, manufactured using solid timber – Australian oak, the frames and bases were laminated then machined. The timber is finished in Danish Oil to present the natural feel and texture.  The display face is acrylic and can be illuminated highlighting the 3D display space under the blown acrylic dome. Graphic panels and wine bottles are easily exchanged with-in the display space.
The graceful arc of the support leg is highlighted by the swirl finished aluminium.