Climate House 8° East Bremerhaven

Trade fair and exhibition construction
GRP spheres, domes, radomes
Artwork "Mother" for Fred Wilson
Soccer - Pavilion
Cathedrals, domes, radoms
Assortment of our balls
Bionic spheres
Giant Christmas baubles
Giant golf ball
Oversized longneck bottle
Tractor demonstration model
Illustrative models - Window profile
Foiled globe as a giant globe
Futuristic tables as trade fair construction objects
Exhibition stand construction - Tunnel Achema
Highlight wall for BMW
Space shuttle rocket engine as GRP replica
Chrome-plated exhibition tables
Diamond artwork for Audi
SAT1 advertising ball
Projection domes
Ball tower in Weinheim
Exhibition stand for the IAA motor show
Spheres for the CityQuartier DomAquarée
Promotion giant egg
Mirrored globe light
Mirror ball - ILA Berlin
Globus - "Chocco'lissimo""
Azipod® model
Climate House 8° East Bremerhaven
Globus - Skoda
Chrome-plated balls - Voestalpine
Ball for the Tyrolean Festival
Giant molecule model
Floating tap
Demonstration model - dental implant
Gigantic figure for 3D Cultur
Giant hands for IAA exhibition stand
Fascinating projection sphere
Walk-in art - Spherical house

Journey through the climate zones thanks to the GRP exhibition objects

3d model climate house bremerhaven

ACCENTFORM contributed various GRP exhibition objects for the Climate House 8° East in Bremerhaven. This project was another “round-the-ball affair” for us.

ACCENTFORM was commissioned with the design, assembly planning, manufacture, delivery and assembly of the exhibition objects.

The scope of delivery included:

  • Four segmented GRP spheres with a diameter of 4000 mm, consisting of: two upper and two lower spherical shells and three organically shaped middle segments.
    The exterior surface was painted in RAL 9016, traffic white, and the interior surface of the objects was painted in RAL 7016, anthracite gray
  • A one-piece GRP spherical element with a diameter of 2500 mm. Equipped with an exhibition object representing an iceberg. The field of vision was equipped with a plexiglass pane. This was specially adapted to the ball element. The outer surface was painted in RAL 9016, traffic white and the inner surface in RAL 5015, sky blue. The surface of the Eisberger was made photorealistic with the help of an airbrush paint finish.
  • A GRP exhibit CO2 slide, consisting of a core cut from PS rigid foam and encased in GRP. The surface consists of a resistant floor coating with a (non-grainy) slip resistance. A stainless steel slide has been installed in the middle.

Below we present some pictures from the measurement to the finished ball:

Project details for the GFK exhibition objects

Project number

P 20-09