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Sage Booth

Winner of the show’s Martin M. Pegler Award for Best Booth Design

It's no surprise the Sage booth was awarded Best in Show at the 2015 International Housewares Association show, receiving the Martin M. Pegler Award for Best Booth Design.

Chicago Scenic created the booth’s giant, 3,700 pound "living" planted dome unlike one ever done before, with quick turnaround.  When the Sage team introduced Daniel Pouzet’s design to Chicago Scenic, the biggest challenge was figuring out how to create a dome that could hang overhead and be home to more than 1,400 succulent plants and the soil they require for a living garden experience.

The end product solution was a 10-foot aluminum and steel frame covered with an outer layer of Sintra, sanded and painted a glossy white. The structure needed to hold pre-watered soil packs because the trade show did not allow watering on site, a requirement that added significant weight to the final product.   


Winner of the show’s Martin M. Pegler Award for Best Booth Design

It's no surprise the Sage booth was awarded Best in Show at the 2015 International Housewares Association show, receiving the Martin M. Pegler Award for Best Booth Design.

Chicago Scenic created the booth’s giant, 3,700 pound "living" planted dome unlike one ever done before, with quick turnaround.  When the Sage team introduced Daniel Pouzet’s design to Chicago Scenic, the biggest challenge was figuring out how to create a dome that could hang overhead and be home to more than 1,400 succulent plants and the soil they require for a living garden experience.

The end product solution was a 10-foot aluminum and steel frame covered with an outer layer of Sintra, sanded and painted a glossy white. The structure needed to hold pre-watered soil packs because the trade show did not allow watering on site, a requirement that added significant weight to the final product.   


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