For IDS 2019 we teamed up with Microsoft, KLAUS and Molekule to bring to you a collaborative, modern and technologically advanced space (of which won best booth!) that invited exhibitors in to hang out, to ask any and all questions regarding shipping container architecture, and to try out Microsofts new Surface Studio 2 technology; the ultimate creative studio that lets your ideas flow with brilliant colour, blazing graphics, faster processors, intuitive tools, and a stunning, adjustable 28” display. Our container was one of four architecture experiments that represented Re-Space, a group project that involved Harrison Fae, Polymetis, A/C Studios and SDI. This project reinterpreted the way we live, work, play and learn (under the vowel versed themes of Re-Liv, Re-Wrk, Re-Ply and Re-Lrn) in ways that might spark new ideas for showgoers.
KLAUS provided furniture to keep the spaces’ aesthetic modern and timeless.
With the help of the Molekule air purifier the air was kept pollutant free via the revolutionary nanotechnology that destroys pollutants at the molecular level.