The much anticipated Sneaker Exchange event was brought to The Sands in Johannesburg on Saturday, 6 November 2016.
Tungsten were commissioned by Witch & Wizard to produce custom display furniture for Nike, elements included LED-lit glass-top display tables filled with the latest and trendiest Nike gear and sneakers, a Neon tube light Nike logo and 135 wheat-pasting posters wrapping the bar counters and serving areas.
Tungsten Design designs and fabricates bespoke branding, exhibitions and retail POS elements.
Tungsten were approached by Qualcomm, an American multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company that designs and markets wireless telecommunications products and services, to produce plinths, objects and markers for an 'Invisible Museum' on their exhibition stand at Africacom 2016.
The 3D-design plinths were fitted with internal LED lights and diamond-shaped Perspex inserts while on top were SAV-printed markers that brought all four 3D-printed objects to life.
Tungsten continues with the world's largest satellite company at various events in South Africa and around the world and for the fifth year running we have produced a spectacular exhibition strand for Intelsat at the Africacom exhibition in Cape Town. The 65sqM double-story stand features a fully functional coffee and drinks station, a lockable storage facility, a reception desk and a private six-seater boardroom.
Intelsat is the leading provider of fixed satellite services worldwide with a fleet of approximately 50 satellites, covering 99% of the world’s population.
Tungsten put all safety measures in place to travel to Richards Bay Minerals in Kwa Zulu Natal to install indoor branding elements including fabric frames, light boxes and a 4m x 3m LED screen.
The 4m x 3m screen displayed content channelled through an App software designed by Tungsten and employees interacted with the full 'safety journal' by means of a iPad built into a shelf below the screen.