Project Info |
Location | Las Vegas, NV
Project Date | 2017
Lexicon | Experiential
Responsibilities | Design, Visualization
Created for | NA Collective
Image Specs |
3D Renderings |
3DS Max, V-Ray, Photoshop
Original Image Size(s) |
3000 pixels x 2000 pixels
The following 3d illustrations showcase a design for a Twitter trade-show booth that will be used to recruit new hires. Due to the large success of the Twitter CES activation, Twitter Recruiting asked for a similar look and feel. The design takes all the best elements from the CES activation and makes them work in a 20′ x 10′ parcel (there was also a design for a 10′ x 10′ parcel).
The space keeps a cozy/informal
lounge vibe – a place to calmly discuss new work possibilities. There is a seating area with direct access to the displays and television.
The raw OSB will be present along with a smaller version of the metal frame. The large graphic walls are also represented as they will be able to swap-out the graphic (and the banner) for each new event.
| Booth 20′ x 10′
The overall design is made-up of three modular units, each measuring 8′ wide x 7′-6″ high. They are the graphic wall unit, the television/storage unit, and the closet unit. For the 10′ x 10′ version, the closet unit will disappear leaving the the two reaming units and the lounge furniture.
The original design called for the graphic wall unit to be an illuminated
light box, but was cut due to budget concerns. There is also a contingency plan to cut the closet and add a small cadenza if needed. For now the closet stays and provides much-needed storage for resumes, new hire information, and swag.
Within the lounge area, there will be two iPad stations in order to exchange information, etc.