Glass Trösch – BAU 2013

When we were asked by Glas Trösch to design their booth for the BAU 2013 we noticed that the typical booth is very much defined by the grid of parcels that are allotted.

We were interested in creating a design that stands out against the other booths by moving away from the typical box filled parcel.  

As we explored ways to break away from a box we recognized that a booth without edges has the potential to have a more omni-directional space, one that does not have sides, a front, or a back. We tried to blur the edges or thresholds so that it would be easier for visitors to “wander “ into the booth.

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600450 Glass Trösch – BAU 2013 glassonweb.com
Date: 14 February 2013
Source: www.archinect.com

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