A switch of mind

| KALE [email protected] 2017 | Bologna / Italy / 2017

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Our design for Kale’s new stand at Cersaie 17 pushes the company at the forefront of a new trend: a mutable and fluid ceramics market made of smaller numbers, higher quality and wider offer. It’s a simple, light design - almost a pop-up temporary showroom – along with a very iconic visual communication.


 



We used versatility as a conceptual frame. A low-definition modular design complemented with an external semi-transparent digital printed fabric skin. The modular elements are easily reusable giving shape to ever new display spaces and the fabric skin is a communicating surface providing always new messages and identity. 


Adopting semi-transparent walls to display solid ceramic surfaces was a challenge. A radical choice indeed, a real switch of mind. We found a solution designing self standing displays organized in a continuous landscape of vertical and horizontal ceramic surfaces, thus placing the product collections at the core of the exhibition.


 



Celebrating the 60th anniversary of Kale Group, orange red banners hanging from the ceiling underline the Company’s timeline and highlights, gifting at the same time the welcoming lounge areas with a festive feel. 


 

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    Our design for Kale’s new stand at Cersaie 17 pushes the company at the forefront of a new trend: a mutable and fluid ceramics market made of smaller numbers, higher quality and wider offer. It’s a simple, light design - almost a pop-up temporary showroom – along with a very iconic visual communication.   We used versatility as a conceptual frame. A low-definition modular design complemented with an external semi-transparent digital printed fabric skin. The modular...

    Project details
    • Year 2017
    • Work started in 2017
    • Work finished in 2017
    • Client Kale Group
    • Contractor La Bottega
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Pavilions / Exhibition Design / Exhibitions /Installations
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