As anyone knows, trade show exhibits run the gamut in size from 10' by 10' to the sky's the limit. But how about a 50,000-sq.-ft. exhibit? That's just what the Xerox Corporation had at drupa 2000, a print media trade show in Dusseldorf, Germany, this past May. Project designer Tony Castrigno, of the firm Castrigno and Company, and his team of associates (working for producers PGI) created a mammoth, multimedia display, which accommodated over 70,000 visitors during its two weeks of ...

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