When system construction
reaches its limits and individual shapes
are required, pure system construction quickly reaches its limits.
Because individual conventional exhibition stands
require complete freedom in design.
Very independent , unique exhibition
structures can be created from a wide variety of materials such as wood, plastic, glass, metal
and all other conceivable materials.
Conventionally built exhibition stands are correspondingly more complex in terms of planning, production and assembly and dismantling. Storage is also more expensive. Accordingly, conventional exhibition stands are significantly more expensive than pure system stands. Conventional measuring stands
can also be used several times and are then just as sustainable.Mixed forms are also often used in stand design
. The basic elements are erected in a grid system
and supplemented with conventional construction methods.
Exhibition stands are only built conventionally when modular systems do not offer enough design freedom for very individual solutions.