A disruptive design that recreates the product framework and its spectrum of applications.

Stork Stand


The proposal refers to a development of a temporary exhibition stand, with an implantation area of 25 sqm, defined by a quadrangular shape that faces 3 sides with active circulation routes. The conceptual approach of this very particular design was based on the initial briefing presented by the client and on the potentialities of this revolutionary product (lightweight composite panel of stone and cork) in the construction sector. The design is intended to be disruptive and full of a graphical image in order to suit the purpose of creating an iconic shape that catches the attention of regular visitors. In this way, it was our intention to create an object that recreates the product framework and its spectrum of applications (e.g. walls, ceilings, roofs, and flooring). It is planned that the object and/or the product itself decodes and makes understandable the product full potential to the most diverse public.


Location ExCeL Exhbition Centre London, UK

Architecture João Lisboa, Marco Mirôto and Karim Benali

Engineering and Construction RH Aluminios

Client Frontwave – Engenharia e Consultadoria, S.A

Status Completed

Date 2017

Photography Francisco Nogueira