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Nissan Motor Show / Motor show exhibition

Nissan Motor Show
Nissan Motor Show

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Nissan Motor Show experience: encompassing the amphitheater-inspired space is a signature design element that came to be known as the “HALO”. A cantilevered tri-ring sculpture. The design of the HALO was inspired by the slipstream effect appearing around the Nissan GTR during wind tunnel testing. The most unique attribute of the HALO is that it is not hung from the ceiling. It is completely floating in the air counter balanced by the weight of the stage. This design was a snapshot of “Nissan’s true brand expression”.

Client / Manufacturer

Nissan Global

Nissan Global
Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

Design

George P. Johnson

George P Johnson
Nolensville TN, United States

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