Felix Tsoi
Felix Tsoi
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X-Doria : CES Top 20

Best of CES : Top 20 Booth (2018 & 2019)

 
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link to : Top 20 CES Booth’s for 2019

“Snagging the 20th spot on our Best of CES list is the 20-by-40-foot exhibit for Doria International Inc., created by K2 Design and Fabrication. A branded, internally lit overhead element shrouded in semitransparent tensioned fabric set the scene for this ruggedly industrial space. A pair of repurposed shipping containers in an L-shaped configuration comprised the primary architectural components and served as a foundation for the aforementioned ceiling element. Steel beams extended outward from the structure to create display kiosks, supporting faux-concrete tables and integrated lighting that illuminated the company's smartphone cases. While one of the shipping containers housed a private conference room for in-booth meetings with clients and prospects, the other revealed a wood-floored space that looked more like a high-end man cave than a typical trade show exhibit. The expertly curated displays, built-to-last aesthetics, sturdy materials, and durable finishes combined to create a brawny little booth that was just as tough as the company's military-grade, drop-tested cellphone accessories.”

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link to : Top 20 CES Booth’s for CES 2018

“Representing the duality of California-based Doria International Inc.'s offerings, this design managed to fuse two completely different brands into one unified booth. This successful, split-personality structure was designed by Doria's internal team and fabricated by K2 Design and Fabrication. While the area featuring the fashion- and style-centric X-Doria line of smartphone cases and accessories was inspired by LA's boutique retail scene, the company's more protective Defense-brand offerings took center stage in a space inspired by the city's downtown, industrial lofts. Comprising unique materials, graphics, and light fixtures, both segments of the 20-by-30-foot booth housed meticulous and eclectic product displays befitting their respective brands.”