Visually engaging booths for the biggest plastics trade show in the world

For the set-up and design of the booths, CEES SMIT worked with Essex Design & Display, a well-known partner with a lot of know-how in the field of booth design.

Textiles require an expert eye

At the tradeshow, CEES SMIT created visual branding for booths like Wittman, Wellman, Branson and Emabond. The parts delivered were Backlit Textiles, Blockout Textiles and covers for the structure.

Light catches the eye

For a number of the booths we used lightboxes. ‘This way we ensure that a message comes across with a lot more impact’, explains Boi Smit, President of CEES SMIT. ‘For example, we use lightboxes and seamless fabrics on the booths. Attention is drawn much more to objects that are well lit – this is why lightboxes are such a strong tool for visual communication. It really brings brands to life.’

Dynamic thanks to seamless fabrics

For the frame system for the visuals, tension fabrics combined with BeMatrix frames, also known in the industry as Silicone Edge Graphics (SEG) were used with great success. ‘We want to impress,’ explains Boi Smit. ‘So we don’t want any limitations on the possibilities. This is why we’re not limited by a product or a brand: we think in solutions.’

How to create a visually engaging trade show booth