With a large trade show space, the design possibilities are practically endless. Larger spaces allow for bigger structures. Larger scale structures provide lots of surface area for large scale, bold graphics and uses of color and corporate identity.
With such a large area, consideration needs to be placed on the traffic flow within the space. Office meeting rooms, stage areas, multiple kiosk/demo stations, and ample space to display large products are some of the benefits of a large display space. Structures can be built with manufactured systems or full custom fabrication. Some systems allow for the pavement of seamless grand format fabric graphics for an even more polished look. An advantage of using grand scale fabric graphics is that a big area is able to be covered with minimal weight and labor to set it up. There is also the benefit of savings in shipping.
Still need more room? Double deck displays are another option. Double deck exhibits usually require a minimum footprint of 20×20. There are some height restrictions depending on the exhibit hall. There are several engineering codes that the structure must meet before it is allowed to be used.
Truss is another option to reach across a large area within a large booth space. Truss comes in a huge variety of shapes and sizes and is available for rental or purchase. A wide selection of add-ons are available including arches, tension fabric, stand-offs, and lighting.