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The exhibition consists of a flexible and adaptable panel system which is easy to assemble without tools. Since it is presented in different venues the main planning aspect was adaptability. The pedestals form a system that can be adapted to a given exhibition room. The elements of the exhibition are mounted on pallets, thus they can be easily moved with a manual pallet truck. Pedestals serve primarily for the display of the exhibits and secondly as packaging and a means of transportating the art works. Construction can be easily and safely done with belts and clasps without using any tools.
 

HUNGARIAN DESIGN

 
date: 2008-2009
HUNGARIAN DESIGN AWARD
mobile exhibition
 
Venue: Sopron, Győr, Kecskemét, Miskolc, Budapest, Szeged, Pécs, Vilnius /LT/
 
size: 200 – 300 m2
 
materials:
MDF body with enamelled surface installed on recycled plastic pallet, print mounted on PVC foam sheet, glued glass cases, belts with clasps, solid wood chocks, recycled banner coverings
 
client: Hungarian Design Council (Hungarian Patent Office)
 
design: András Gross, Kálmán Nyilas
contributor: Gergő Magyar, Bence Buczkó, Babett Hegedűs
graphics: László Zagyva
manufacture: Mermik Ltd., Enterteam Ltd.
 
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