Presentation of new products and meeting place for Burkhardt Leitner constructiv’s international partner network
With the motto “fantastic – systematic” the company Burkhardt Leitner constructiv from Stuttgart presents two new architectural systems at the same time at EuroShop 2011 in Düsseldorf. The manufacturer of modular architectural systems opens up a new dimension of temporary architecture at trade fairs with profiles of up to 6m span. The use of the maximum axis leads to a reduction of components and results in low assembly times and a low price per square metre. The trend towards a unified visual effect is realised with new additions to existing systems. The mobile cubes bring movement to architecture. At EuroShop, Burkhardt Leitner constructiv is present also with a new product in this field – using even less material, even less components – resulting in rapid assembly and high flexibility.
In addition to communicating the brand values precision, lightness, flexibility, modularity, mobility and durability as well as sustainability and preservation of resources, the trade fair stand by Burkhardt Leitner constructiv shows in a surprising and emotional way how architectural systems can be used and even staged. The stand concept was developed in co-operation with Ippolito Fleitz Group.
At Euroshop 2011 the book project “Temporary Architecture – Burkhardt Leitner – Global Network” by avedition will be presented. The continuously expanding network of independent planning, sales and service partners of Burkhardt Leitner constructiv presents insights into the creative achievements in this monography as well as the design attitudes in the industries and countries of the national and international partners – starting with showrooms in Switzerland and Germany, trade fair stands in Turkey, Russia and Saudi Arabia to travelling exhibitions in Korea, Brazil and Africa.
The trade fair stand at Euroshop 2011 also is a meeting place for the international partner network of Burkhardt Leitner constructiv and a platform for creative exchange.