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How our individual approach paid off for FCI

posted on: Tuesday 03 November 2015

We see each and every project as individual. By putting our heart and soul into  
understanding our clients and their needs we can develop fresh and distinctive stand designs.  

In September we were asked by our client FCI, who own the largest contemporary furniture showroom in London, to come up with something a little bit different to showcase their beautiful, modern furniture. 

The event was 100% Design at Olympia. This is the UK's largest and most prestigious design trade show - attended by all the movers and shakers in the interiors industry. So understandably FCI's brief was for a clean, contemporary and eye-catching exhibition stand design. 

The challenge came with the striking nest modular system that framed the stand itself. However, as soon as our director Minda saw the design, an idea popped into his head and we arranged a meeting straightaway to present it to the FCI team. FCI liked our suggestion on how to make the metal frames with rope netting and the preparation started. 

Francesca from FCI said: “You won the business for speed in getting back with quote and samples, and your price was good too.” 

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