As an exhibition designer it is undoubtedly important to visit the shows we design for. The Surface Design Show at London’s Business Design Centre is the only event in the UK that focuses on interior & exterior surfaces, bringing interior lighting & innovative materials to life.
It’s not every day that you get on a bus powered by human sewage and food waste! The GENeco Bio-Bus is powered by biomethane gas & is set to serve the 32,674 households along route service 2 in central Bristol throughout the year.
To mark the crowning of Bristol as the European green Capital 2015, be sure to make the most of a year-long programme of inspiring events that will give everyone,
As an exhibition designer – understandably, I love exhibitions. An exhibition hall is a special kind of place that, if budget, time and space allows – anything is possible.
Events, events… What is an event? Is it a scheduled yearly gathering, a one off jamboree or an unforeseen surprise to excite and engage? As with many things in life – context is king. The great thing is about an event is it can quite easily mean all of the above and a lot more.
When thinking about your event it’s always important to consider that events can be simple. With the mantra that context is king, flipping the context can result in an unscheduled and eye popping event. When a 70ft hippopotamus surfaces for an afternoon pootle down the Thames in central London, it will turn heads
It all started (for me at least) when Gavin Eddy business man, angel investor and all round good egg, asked me to help and advise a small group of talented 6th formers studying at Frome Community College. They had won the chance to exhibit their new product and business idea at Big Bang Fair 2015 hosted at the NEC, Birmingham in a 4 day extravaganza designed to showcase the talents of young scientists & engineers. We met on a handful of occasions and it soon became clear that the lads had some great ideas and a clear vision from the start.