lifting brands to a higher level
Our portfolio showcases a wide range of projects and illustrates the possibilities of our levitation technology. In every showcase we mention the levitation module that is used for the particular project. This way you can get an idea of scale. Some projects use standard modules and some projects contain custom built levitation technology. Good collaboration makes great end results.
An eye catching jewelry display for the International Jewelry and Watch Trade Fair in Basel – Switzerland.
Quadra used our modules to make a unique window display during Mens Sneaker Week for Diadora.
Young Guns Award
Crealev helped develop the One Club of Creativity Award. Sunday Afternoon a design studio based in New York City
Our advanced technology allowed Aishti to create this scenario of suspended shoes and handbags.
Fendi’s spinning ceramic
Delfina Delettrez Fendi delights in altering our perceptions, placing gems in phantom settings and designing pearl earrings that seem to drift away from the earlobe.
When Marty McFly stole a little girls’ hoverboard to outfly his chasers during the 1989 film ‘Back to the Future 2’, an icon was born.
When HAVAS approached us with the question ‘can you help us levitate the UEFA cup?’ our first reaction was well.. intrigued.
Lexus introduced an actual working hoverboard. That is right; a hoverboard a person could actually stand on and move with.
Of course you don’t need a specially tailormade shoe display to present footwear in a stunning way, and under armour proves this.
A game between Sevilla and FC Barcelona brought a curious surprise to the players of both teams as well as the quartet of referees.
The hamburger – the most powerful food object in the industrialized world, is displayed here as a floating sculpture.
This is an amazing levitating cake, designed and made by the award winning company Peboryon (based in Penzance, UK)