The focus of the exhibition lay less on the technology and more on the internal and external impact of the products. Fifty different products set into multiple sections of wall were assembled into large-format puzzles. By rolling or pulling up and down the different types of sun protection, the spatial atmosphere alters and new vistas and overlays are created, many of which surprise the viewer. The products thus become part of a dynamic architectural ensemble. Four 8-metre-long counters mirror the rhythm of the wall sections and provide displays for smaller product samples.
A clever deployment of light transforms the overall product theme into the emotional keynote idea of the stand: shadow. The bright white units and a backlit product wall both become projection screens, upon which the shadows of interior blinds cast collages.
The offset arrangement of wall sections enables access from three sides and makes the stand appear very open. The large-scale design creates free spaces for all sorts of discussion.
In place of dry product presentation, the MHZ stand surprises visitors with an animated product cabinet. The up and down movements of sun protection systems are thus transfigured in a dynamic product ballet.