Extend your brand into the three-dimensional environment with engaging exhibit/3D design.
Our in-house expertise draws on experience with spacial planning, industrial design and materials knowledge, allowing us to seamlessly present your business in both the 2D and 3D world—giving your customers a stronger end-to-end brand experience. Here’s a selection of some of our favourite exhibit/3D design work.
ADGA BRAND SIGNAGETo coincide with a move to their new Ottawa headquarters in 2014, ADGA consulted us to design several interior display panels, as well as exterior building signage, focused on communicating information about the company and its worldwide partners in a brand-centric and consistent presentation, to employees and visiting clients alike.
GENERAL DYNAMICS CANADA TRADE SHOW BOOTHLooking for a shift in their trade show presence at CANSEC, General Dynamics Canada decided to completely revamp their booth design. Based on the specs and requirements of the booth, our team fully designed the layout, including floor plans and elevations, as well as graphic and surface treatments.
CARLETON UNIVERSITY DESIGN LINES EXHIBITIONFor its fifth anniversary, the Carleton University Master of Design program developed a plan for a celebratory exhibition, which included the design of this large-scale infographic. Conceived by MDes alumni and produced by nineSixteen, the exhibit traced the major milestones of the first three years of program graduates, highlighting their involvement with professors, projects and each other.
nineSixteen’s execution of our requirements consistently exceeds our expectations, and I have seen a significant reduction in the amount of rework since partnering with them. Deliverables are always on time, their research is spot-on, and their ability to translate the abstract into the tangible is remarkable. It is a pleasure to work with professionals who bring not only new ideas to the table, but the right ideas. I wholly recommend their services.
— Lorena Collette —
Marketing Communications Manager
General Dynamics Canada