Blooming House exhibition space designed by VXLAB

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Spanish design studio VXLAB created an exhibition stand for one of the clients, which was displayed at Cevisama 2017. The exhibition stand plays with private and public spaces and at the same time, solves the challenge of unifying the two unique identities of their client, Durstone and Q.

The concept of “The blooming gallery” reappears and it’s reinvented on this fair, showing a more colourful, modern and ecologic approach. In order to achieve it, this area was conceived as a rounded house, more dazzling and colourful, that closes its space with the broad collections of wall tiles that represent the young and eclectic vibes of Q.

Three bare materials decorate this private space, which defines the colour palette and the new elegance of the brand: pine, fabric and copper. Inside this area, a radial design it’s reflected from the ceiling to the floors. This meeting space is dominated by a central planter with seating areas that develop from it. That area dedicated to Q identity is delimitated with walls and scenes decorated with the latest product additions for Q.

The Durstone area, however, is an open space easily accessible from outside. You can get a glimpse of their latest collections from the corridors and enter the space. Mostly white and clean, slight touches of black in elements such as columns create the contrast that is so minimalistic and characteristic of the brand.

VXLAB’s main creative fields are the disciplines of branding and architecture. However, within these fields they deliver projects related to art direction, graphic and editorial design, ephemeral, product, interior design and all related disciplines.

The studio was founded in 2007 in castellón. Now it is made up of professionals from all design areas and beyond, including marketing specialists and multidisciplinary designers.