Event Design

To combine unconventional ideas and know how of different creative fields and crafts was the fundamental thoughts when Award Associates was founded in 1998. Over the years a synergetic network was formed that guarantees top quality any way you look at it.

Human curiosity, sensual perception and the joy to discover are the basic guidelines: active experience instead of traditional teaching no matter what the subject matter or the theme of the exhibition might be. Guide the people through the presentation and give them the chance to discover what you want them to find out.

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    ALL4PACK Paris (2018)

    Client:  
    Newtec Bag Palletizing / Illzach, France
    Behn + Bates / Münster, Germany
    FEIGE Filling / Bad Oldesloe, Germany
    Haver & Boecker / Oelde, Germany

    Trade Booth Design und Szenography: 
    Award Associates 

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    FORMNEXT Frankfurt (2018)

    Client:  
    PS Surfaces / Sassenberg

    Exhibition Design und Scenography: 
    Award Associates 

    Photography: 
    Roland Borgmann 

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    INTERPACK Dusseldorf (2017)

    Client:
    HAVER & BOECKER / Oelde
    Behn + Bates / Münster
    FEIGE Filling / Bad Oldesloe
    Newtec Bag Palletizing / Illzach, Frankreich

    Exhibition Design and Szenography 
    Award Associates 

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    Live EVENT 2017 / EXPERIENCE THE MACHINERY DIVISION

    Client:
    HAVER & BOECKER / Oelde - Germany

    Exhibition Design and Szenography: 
    Award Associates 

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    POWTECH Nurnberg (2016)

    Client: HAVER & BOECKER / Oelde
    Exhibition Design und Szenography: Award Associates 

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    BAUMA Munich (2016)

    Client: HAVER & BOECKER / Oelde
    Exhibition Design und Szenography: Award Associates 

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    Achema Frankfurt (2015)

    Client: HAVER & BOECKER and FEIGE FILLING / Oelde and Bad Oldesloe

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    BAUMA Munich (2010)

    Haver & Boecker The Technology Group Oelde, Northrhine Westphalia

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    PACK-EXPO in Chicago (2008)

    Event and Trade Fair Design
    Client: HAVER FILLING SYSTEMS, Inc. U.S.A. / 2008
    Exhibition design: Award Associates

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    International Automobile Exhibition (2005)

    Event and Trade Fair Design

    Workshop installation 
    Request: to present the individuality of automobile manufacturing of the company

    Client: Wiesmann Automobile-Manufakture 
    Exhibition design: Award Associates

    Central symbol and object: the "Tool Car“ that can be found in any car workshop, it appears as a socle for the different elements that represent 6 themes. 

    The walls of the socle are made of perforated iron sheets that are covered on the inside with translucent plexiglass and lit by colored lights. The lower half : 6 tool cars in 6 different colors, materials and collages displaying 6 themes of manufacturing: 

    • Theme 1: Information
    • Theme 2: Locksmith´s trade
    • Theme 3: Car body
    • Theme 4: Saddlery
    • Theme 5: Electric
    • Theme 6: Assembly

    A sportscar directly in front of the lightobjects demonstrates the perfection and beauty of the products when it leaves the workshop.

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    Bauma Mining Munich

    Client: Haver & Boecker, The Technology Group Oelde

    Exhibition design: Award Associates

    The enormous size of the actual machines make it impossible to deisplay them on any fair stand. That leaves the designer to the challenge how to present models on a smaller scale and yet attract the visitors´attention.

    In this case the stand is a scenographic interpretation of a H&B screening machine, built of aluminum and subdivided by light.

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    Colani USA

    Robert Ward had been working for Colani Design Bern, Switzerland, since 1987, when in 1989 Luigi Colani made him U.S. project-manager and exhibition designer for his extensive US enterprise: to introduce and show his experimental vehicles to the US public. The projects included the coast to coast shipping and touring, a number of presentations and speeches by Colani himself, and a series of speed and economy test runs on the Bonneville Saltflats.
    Highlights of the tour were the exhibitions at Ford Motors in Detroit and at the Art Center College of Design in Passadena, California. 

    The tour and the test runs establish Colani´s "Inverted-Wing-Concept" in cooperation with the Colani team and Strasburg Racing (machines), the vehicles break several FIA und LSA speed records.