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Skyline Whitespace launches new showroom

Skyline Whitespace, a specialist in exhibition design, production and event experiences, has opened a brand-new showroom to allow clients to see the latest in exhibition design trends.

Located in South London, the new 10,000sqft showroom opened its doors 5 September and gave visitors a taster of brand engagement features and event stand designs that Skyline Whitespace can deliver.

The attendee list included senior sales and marketing representatives from companies such as Bayer, Just Eat, KPMG, Mott MacDonald, Skanska as well as branding agencies including Wonder London, McCann Health and Ministry of Fun.

Skyline Whitespace’s client list also includes NHS England, Hilton Conrad, Expedia, Zaha Hadid and Garmin.

Skyline Whitespace provides a full range of services from stand design, artwork and graphics production to full installation services, and going forward this new showroom - which is based near Wimbledon - will mean clients can test out their stand engagement ideas and see pre-show stand installations before they are used for the first time at a show or exhibition.

The VIP showroom attendees had the opportunity to experience several engaging activations; including virtual reality activities, 3D chocolate printed heads of guests, as well as a GIF booth to capture fun snippets of the evening. The showroom also exhibited the latest high definition LED technology including a 5 x 3m screen with rolling content together with an inset led wall feature combining video and sound to create an immersive waterfall and living wall effect.

Mary Cole, owner and managing director of Skyline Whitespace, said: “We are delighted to have launched our new brand and showroom aftern 12 months of planning and implementation. Our job is to create memorable, exciting exhibition spaces and experiences for multiple industries, and this showroom is dedicated to giving our clients design inspitration and the chance to see what can be schieved and what we can offer in an exhibition environment.”