Stand for harmonica and BioStyle

We made this structure for harmonica and BioStyle, leading Bulgarian organic food companies, for their participation in biofach 2016 – world’s leading trade fair for organic food. The wall structure is a mixture between the folding principles we used for SiteGround and for “The tombs – temples of Thracians”. The recycled cardboard fit perfectly in the bio and organic context.… Read more →


Iberian children’s book illustrations

We were invited again by Sofia International Literary Festival, this time to design the exhibition structure for a selection of Iberian children’s book illustrations curated by the Bulgarian artist Rada Yakova. The concept we used for A line that tells was modified to meet the new context. Image courtesy of Phelia Barouh EXHIBITION: Iberian children’s book illustrations CURATED BY: Rada… Read more →


Structure for the exhibition “The tombs – temples of Thracians” in Strasburg.

Folding structure for the exhibition "The tombs – temples of Thracians"Posted by TapeFlips on Monday, November 30, 2015 We developed these folding modules for a traveling exhibition focused on Thracian tombs which first stop was in Strasburg. They allow many possible arrangements, providing different spaces in terms of scale and shape. Every module has two main setups that can give… Read more →


Portable expo stand for SiteGround

"Pocket' expo standPosted by TapeFlips on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 We continue to develop our innovative technology focused on exhibit design. We made this “pocket” expo stand for one of the top 10 hosting providers in the world – SiteGround. We succeeded in using entirely recycled paper not only for the cardboard pannels but also for the connecting tape that… Read more →


A line that tells

A line that tells – exhibitionPosted by TapeFlips on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 We were invited by Sofia International Literary Festival to design the exhibition structure for a selection of Scandinavian book covers curated by the Bulgarian artist Rada Yakova. The way both books and TapeFlips are using the folding technique and are made out of paper – that perfectly… Read more →