Brand SA – On Display in Rundle Mall

This ‘Pop-Up’ Display was presented for the Department of State Development,  SA Government with the title “more than cars”   Major projects are underway in areas of mining, infrastructure and defence and the aim was to showcase the strengths of the state, including advanced manufacturing, agriculture and food. Details of the vast mineral and energy resources also highlighted the opportunities for business and communities across the state.

Using one of the Octanorm® exhibition profiles and aluminium composite panels,  “Brad Expo” built a sturdy ‘pop-up’ display under the canopy in Rundle Mall, Adelaide. A walk through design with presentation alcoves provided a new idea around every corner. Viewing windows created interaction and kept valuable product safe. The visitors were engaged through a community consultation posting panel and an interactive photo booth featuring South Australian food product.  With almost 50 display topics extensive design research was completed before the display was presented over two days.

vehicle livery design

I am proud to have designed this striking livery for SAGE Automation and SAGE Service, the graphics application executed brilliantly by the team at Adelaide Signs.

SAGE Automation is Australia’s leading independent industrial automation and control system integrator.  SAGE Service provides certainty and peace of mind for companies with leading edge technologies and critical production requirements.

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”