Making An Exhibition Of Yourself With Portable Architecture!

Portable Architecture
Phi Displays Portable Architecture

Is it a bird, is it a plane, is a popular phrase, made famous in Superman comics. I often get clients and exhibitors, asking a similar question, about our portable architecture modular display system. It looks custom built but is in fact a state of the art, lightweight frame, clad in semi-rigid panels and incorporating multi-media and shelving.

For the last 20 years, this futuristic system, designed on a theme by Buckminster Fuller has been the modular display system of choice for some of the worlds foremost exhibitors.

Portable architecture is the flagship of Phi Displays collection of display systems. Portable architecture is designed to be flexible, portable, assembled rapidly, with little tools and minimal training.

Phi portable architecture clients have access to the full range of our service’s which include, design, storage, logistics and installation.

Portable Architecture  is a modular display system. It can be configured in multiple shapes, formats and dimensions.

Phi Display portable architecture modular system can be used in conjunction with Aluminium Profiles and incorporated within Shell Schemes.

Phi Displays portable architecture, is a system which in terms of manufacture, longevity and usablility, has a low carbon foot-print. It is one of the most environmentally Friendly Display systems on the market. Phi Displays portable architecture; the ultimate display system for ultimate performance. For more information on portable architecture, email sales@phidisplays.com or check out our gallery.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. My name is Steve Howard. You have been reading the Digital Circus.

 

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