Published at Tuesday, February 05th, 2019 - 16:07:59 PM. Chair. By Arabella Sommer.
Colour it up: standing out in the hustle and bustle of the exhibition trade show is as simple as using colour. Just like the male bird will flash his colourful wings to attract a mate, your exhibition stand needs to do the same. Using colour can certainly help you to achieve this. Obviously the colour should pertain to your businesses individual branding and stand out from the crowd. Shapes and sizes: a design trick that works, is to use the space in which you are given to use to the best of your ability, even if it is small. Clients will again be attracted to an exhibition stand that is unusual in shape while using the space in an appropriate manner.
There are also self adjusting chairs that shape themselves to the natural curves and bends of the back, shoulders, bottom and upper thighs by reacting to the different pressure points applied to them. These chairs will support everyone who sits on them in a slightly different way by taking account of their personal biology, weight and body shape. Ultimately the future holds many advances in ergonomic, orthopedic and active support chair design and we are just beginning to see the first fruition of these developments.
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