2012 Autoban Exhibitions

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In 2012, Autoban began a series of four unique installations unveiled over a 12 month period, each spread over 100 square metres (1000 square feet) allowing visitors to enjoy the complete Autoban experience.
The first installation was presented at ICFF in New York, and consisted of a series of interconnected octagonal modules, with a spatial organisation that promoted a sense of discovery as one transitioned through the environment. New products launched at the event include Flying Spider, Sledge blind-tufted, Sleepy bilnd-tufted and Throne series. Autoban and De La Espada were awarded Best Furniture at the ICFF Editors Awards for their presence at the fair.
The second installation, presented at The Tramshed within designjunction at London Design Festival, had an ethereal depth created by multiple layers of sheet material and the passage of light. The spatial organisation highlighted the interplay between the product, the space and the visitor. Cloud Table and Poly side table launched at the event.
At Biennale Interieur, Kortrijk, Autoban's installation had the form of a triangle. The installation was a metaphor for the design process - layers of black and white symbolising the early sketch phase and the final end product. Master chair launched at the event.

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Autoban installation at Biennale Interieur, Kortrijk, October 2012

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Autoban installation at The Tramshed in designjunction, LDF, September 2012

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Autoban installation at ICFF, New York, May 2012