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Stands

Introduction

Trade fair stands are an essential tool to represent our company. Therefore it is essential that stands of Airbus and its divisions conform with the brand guidelines and feature following main characteristics:

  • A big "A" to set a more affirmative presence
  • The flight line becoming the basic shape of our architecture
  • Open and transparent architecture linked to the Airbus visual identity
  • Clear and reduced
  • Bright and pleasant ambiance
  • Focus on products and messages
  • Integration and unifying character
  • Airy and playful
  • Combination of emotional flow and geometric simplicity
  • Dynamic and modern
  • Flexible and modular

When all the elements of our brand toolkit come together, they create a recognisable visual language and consistent brand voice.

 

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A big "A" to set a more affirmative presence. The flight line becoming the basic shape of our architecture.

The big "A"

  • Only one big "A" per booth
  • The "A" can be solid colour white or Airbus blue and show transparency effects in combination with a photo
  • The "A" can be cropped

 

The big "A" does not replace the trademark. It may only be used with the Airbus logo and in the context of a correct branding.

 

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Sizes

There are two sizes to apply the big "A". Always priviledge the bigger size when possible.

Whenever possible apply the big "A" as a cut out shape with a small distance to the wall. Alternatively it can be applied as simple adhesive flush with the wall as a less expensive solution

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Overlap and transparency

The "A" can overlap onto different elements and with that, effects of transparency and volume can be created.

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The flight line

  • Only applicable on full height walls
  • Can be a physical shape or printed shape
  • Should be considered and applied as an architectural feature – not as a decorative feature
  • Do not demultiply the usage of the flight line – favour a few significant applications

 

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The flight line explained
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The flight line construction
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Wall layout

  • Applied to a wall layout, the flight line results in shapes
  • These shapes should have a minimum length/height ratio 3/2
  • The flight line is only applied on full height walls and elements; on lower elements only the take-off/lift-off angle is applied
  • The brand area on the top always stays free from any graphic elements

 

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Descriptor application on wall

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The division descriptors are applied either in the brand area or below the flight line in the defined size

Totem layouts

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A totem can replace a suspended logo structure

Product display podest shapes

  • All podest shapes to be based on the basic shape which can be rotated, extended and combined
  • Only the corners with the 62.42° angle are rounded, the radius should be constant between 30 and 40 cm
  • All shapes must have a minimum of 2 sharp angles
  • Product podests can be decorated with satellite or aerial photos

 

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Welcome desks

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Graphic samples

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