Harmon Kardon 3d exhibition stand

A recent job for the nice people over at Brandfuel These guys had a few ideas and the odd sketch of where they wanted to go with a design for Harmon Kardon and their Pro and Consumer ranges of products. They needed somone to run with the design and produce some scale drawings and renders of the work to show to the client, which is where I came into the picture. This was a great project to work on, but it required lots of research and understanding about the products and planning of how the stand would work.

Harmon Kardon 3d render of exhibition stand

I thought it would be nice to show the clients sketches on this one to give you an idea of the kind of things I usually have to work with, these were good as at least I didn’t have to start from scratch on this one, and after a lengthy conversation with a couple of the guys over at Brandfuel, I had a good idea of how to move forwards with the design.

client initial sketches

Side view of the stand, it was quite a big one this, 23m x 15m.
Harmon Kardon 3d render of exhibition stand

This 3d render (with the roof removed) shows how the 4 meeting rooms work and how the 2 studio setups sit nicely inside the space. The basic idea is that people can walk through this central section when crossing from the Pro products across to the consumer products area. It was designed to encourage people to see the Pro Studio equipment that will be displayed centrally. Additionally the meeting rooms can all see into the central area, so the people in them can watch the studio demonstrations that are taking place.

Harmon Kardon 3d render of exhibition stand

Harmon Kardon 3d render of exhibition stand

Side view of the stand, it was quite a big one this, 23m x 15m.

Harmon Kardon 3d render of exhibition stand

This is a more detailed 3d render of the interior of one of the meeting rooms.

Harmon Kardon 3d render of exhibition stand

2 Responses to “Harmon Kardon 3d exhibition stand”

  1. adam tully says:

    nice design and visuals. what software do you use to achieive such great results?

    what would you charge for somethign this size?
    thanks,
    adam

    • Andy says:

      Hi Adam.

      Thanks for the comment.
      I charge either by the day, on by the job, whatever suits the client and project best.
      You’d be surprised at the cost of producing something like this, the whole job was turned around in 4 days, i work quickly to help keep client costs down ;)

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