Publishers Hall is composed of a black table-mesh core along the centre and white tables furring along the white walls with slanted light wood shelving boards complementing a warm touch. Artist Promenade, in contrast, is lined with stainless steel square tables arranged to exaggerate a false perspective on cold concrete flooring supplemented by vividly coloured wall meshes which are also protecting the heritage columns. Tables and walls are acting as substrate, if not framework, to suggest exhibitors improvise and create their own display space.
Pockets of spaces around the floor are then filled with communal programmes, e.g. seminar circle, workshop table, poster corner etc. generating a constant flow of circulation while dispersing crowd.