Exhibition Stand for Scotframe
Scotframe supply award winning timber frame kits for self-build and commercial home developers across the UK and internationally. They source only the highest quality sustainable timber and combine cutting edge manufacturing processes with a professional, bespoke service to deliver a fully customised product designed for the life you build.
Scotframe take pride in being innovators and are the only supplier to offer the ground-breaking Val-U-Therm Plus closed panel insultation system.
We were asked to design and build a new sustainable exhibition stand that could be easily installed at several self-build and home renovating exhibitions. Visitors get to see and hear from self-build specialists, renovation experts and leading brands. And as a company ticking all these boxes Scotframe were keen to exhibit.
As part of the Saint-Gobain group, Scotframe operate a recycle and re-use policy to ensure minimal waste. Our brief was to embrace this principal in our design and delivery.
We created a design using a modular system that is lighter and easier to assemble than more traditional stands. This reduces build time and produces no waste or landfill. All elements were made from reusable materials and can be reinstalled at other the exhibitions.
A large 75” LED screen was used to promote key brand messages, product visuals and information. To the feature corner of the stand, we positioned a touch table to act as a gathering point and provided interactivity and engagement to visitors looking for product information and technical data. This eliminated the need for printed literature and doubled as a data capture mechanism, enabling visitors to request information via email.
Our solution met Scotframe’s brief of creating a stand that was memorable, sustainable and reusable. The screens create visual appeal drawing people into the stand. The touchscreen technology works amazing well, enabling Scotframe to display its product brochures, videos and technical data in a way which allows visitors and staff to interact with it while on the stand, and larger groups to view it together.