Description:I have an exhibition booth area of 6 metres x 3 metres. The booth is for a company that customizes packaging, cardboard furniture, as well as products that is in relation with paper.
Wants:The booth structure needs to be (but not limited to) constructed from conventional carton cardboard – BC flute, B flute, E flute. The design must be able to showcase sample packaging items, 1 desk and 2 chairs (like a typical exhibition booth) in which should be made from cardboard as well. We have cardboard that comes in white and kraft brown colour. So the colours should remain as such. The overall structure should not exceed a ceiling height of 3.5m.
Don't Wants:No holds barred. The sky's the limit for creativity
- 3D Studio Max. If possible, Artios CAD, Auto CAD
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