Below are the top 10 design styles widely borrowed and applied in exhibition hall design:
1.Atrium Layout: Centered around an open central space, this layout surrounds different functional areas, creating an open and transparent spatial atmosphere.
2.Suspended Design: Exhibits or display elements are hung in the air or implemented with transparent materials to evoke a sense of suspension, producing a lightweight and fashionable effect.
3.Curved Walls: Using curved wall designs enhances the flow and dynamism of the space, providing visual pleasure and a smooth feeling.
4.Glass Cubes: Constructed with transparent glass, these cube structures create a sense of modernity and sophistication while offering excellent display effects and viewing angles.
5.Multi-Level Platforms: By incorporating platforms or floors at different heights, this design creates multi-level display spaces, adding a sense of hierarchy and visual appeal to the exhibits.
6.Reflection Design: Utilizing mirrors or reflective materials to create reflection effects enlarges the sense of space and visual impact, increasing the visual appeal of the exhibits.
7.Interactive Elements: Incorporating interactive design elements such as touch screens, projections, dynamic lighting, etc., engages the audience, adding interactivity and amusement to the exhibition.
8.Natural Elements: Integrating natural elements like green plants, water features, etc., brings nature and vitality to the exhibition hall, creating a comfortable and pleasant environment.
9.Guided Path Design: By setting up guiding paths, curved passages, maze-like layouts, etc., this design guides visitors to explore the exhibition according to the intended design, increasing the joy of exploration and discovery.
10.Lighting Effects: Utilizing lighting techniques and designs to create rich light and shadow effects, this design establishes a unique atmosphere and visual experience.
These styles and design techniques are widely used in exhibition hall design, and they bring distinctive visual impact and viewing value to the exhibits. Depending on specific exhibition themes and spatial requirements, these styles can be flexibly applied to create exhibition halls with unique features and charm.
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