The launch of “Möbius Strip”, a Spanish virtual exhibition for interior design products!

Azusa Sekkei was in charge of the concept planning, exhibition design, and virtual space design for the “Möbius Strip” exhibition, to be held online starting from October 20, 2020.
The exhibition will be held in a virtual space until September 30th next year.
“Möbius Strip”, an exhibition available online from October 20, 2020 and sponsored by the ICEX Spain Trade and Investment Agency and the Economic and Commerce Department of the Spanish Embassy, is a new type of exhibition that allow visitors to view the venue online and learn more about products from eight leading Spanish companies in fields such as furniture and lighting design, textiles, and art through the use of 3D imagery. This virtual event came about in response to the ongoing situation, where various activities are restricted due to concerns over COVID-19.

The concept is the “Möbius strip”
The main concept is a Möbius strip which connects Spain and Japan. The two countries were both severely affected by the coronavirus and suffered great damage early on during the outbreak. However, this new world is not all pain and hardships; like a Möbius strip, it will in time come back around, and the clouds will part and the sun will shine again. Born out of these circumstances, this virtual exhibition enables people and goods from Spain, Japan, and all around the world to come together freely. The design embodies our hope that people will join together to create this new world, and that it may become the symbol of our efforts. It is our hope that even as the times change, the bond between Spain and Japan will continue without end, just like a Möbius strip.

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