Booth 3D Designing

Let our passionate designers and interior decorators develop a guideline and exhibition profile for your company. We can create a unified stand design that harmonizes with your brand, your graphical profile and conveying the right feeling and message.

3 Stages of a Complete 3D Booth Design:

These are a few elements that should we will make sure to have:

Framing Layouts

Framing and extrusion is usually the bulk of exhibit pricing. Therefore a complete “skeleton” is often rendered prior to “skinning” the exhibit. This is done for many reasons including;


If you’re curious about where your money is being spent, ask for a framing layout or at very least, the number of panels and price per needed for your build. You’d be surprised how much prices are inflated here.

3D Renders

Free or not, 3D Booth designs should put you in the booth as if you were an attendee. This includes any interior shots of any storage closets, meeting rooms, counters, monitors, display cases, etc. When receiving final 3D booth designs they should include as many viewpoints as possible. Depending on intricacies and size, it’s not uncommon to see 6-10 renders on an RFP or proposal. From dead-on front views to top downs, every angle desired to make a final decision should be provided.

When professional 3D exhibit designs are executed they are typically done so in a program that can manipulate the viewpoint in any dimension.

Graphic Templates

After final approval of the exhibit design and a signed contract the process of organizing graphics begins. Graphic templates should ALWAYS be provided by the trade show company. This indicates what graphics will go on which panel, the exact size and file requirements and whether it is an SEG fabric display or hard panel. There are different requirements for back lit panels, which should be indicated as well. Once graphic templates are completed another 3D render may be provided but usually is nothing more than a reassurance and therefore not a necessity.