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Heading into the holiday season, we are grateful for every unique project we get to be a part of. We wish all of our clients, friends, colleagues, and collaborators a very happy holiday and the best for the New Year. kubik maintains staff on-call throughout the holiday season to serve our client’s needs. Our US and Canada offices […]Learn More
kubik is thrilled to announce an expansion of capabilities and services with a facility relocation. Scheduled to open fall of 2019, the move reinforces our position in the market, reflects our commitment to future growth with clients, and supports our business goals across international markets. COO Elliot Kohn commented, “With 65% of our global clientele […]Learn More
kubik maltbie completed The Empire State Building (ESB) top-to-bottom reimagined Observatory Experience project in time for the summer tourist season. Doors opened to the public July 29. Located on the second floor of the international icon, the 10,000 sq. ft galleries invite guests on a journey from the building’s construction to its current place in […]Learn More
kubik’s head of creative services and strategy, Adriano Almeida, proposes a new way of thinking about retail developments in a recent issue of DM Magazine. Rather than using retail space solely as a hippodrome meant for driving sales on-site, Almeida invites enterprising experiential marketers to consider the possibility of repositioning your retail space as a […]Learn More
The 320 pound rock, Manitou Asinîy is of great spiritual significance to Indigenous peoples in Alberta and Saskatchewan. It is located in a stand-alone space on the second floor of the museum and is designed to encourage reflection and quiet discussion. The Iron Creek meteorite, a round pitted stone made from the purest iron, is […]Learn More
An electrical short 48hours before show opening requires quick thinking, reliable network of contacts, seamless execution and incredible teamwork. Elliot Kohn recounts how kubik saved-the-client’s day after a trade show catastrophe.Learn More
Take a journey back in time to the Ice Age, discovering animals and plants that lived in Alberta thousands of years ago, the second floor of the museum is home to the Natural History Hall, a 30,000-square-foot space that houses four galleries: Ice Age Alberta, presents a journey back in time to discover plants and […]Learn More
kubik Museum Specialist Featured in Exhibitor Magazine: Top Seven Design Tenets From the Museum World
Exhibitor’s Linda Armstrong points seven tenets to be learned from museum exhibits for trade show stands, with designers from the other side of the fence offer novel yet applicable principles and fresh perspectives. As project director of museums and special projects at kubikmaltbie, Adam Kohn provides valuable insights having worked both sides of that fence. Adam most […]Learn More
Taking a break at ExhibitorLIVE 2019: Massage, Meditation, Mimosa’s and a VIP crap’s tutorial that ruled!
kubik hosted a VIP Event Managers Lounge on the ExhibitorLIVE show floor where a break was offered from the hustle of the conference, to relax and be treated to a mini-wellness experience. Research showed that event professionals have the 5th most stressful job in America; knowing this kubik chose to create a space to just unwind without the pressure of having […]Learn More
Earlier this month, Globe and Mail’s Matt Bubbers toured kubik’s Toronto location where Elliot Kohn and Head of Creative Services and Strategy, Adriano Almeida walked him through the in’s and out’s of the autoshow exhibit business. Coinciding with the show opening, the Saturday “Drive” section features a front-page story about CIAS-Canada’s biggest auto show-and the […]Learn More
On the main floor of the museum, visitors find the Bug Gallery, celebrating the beauty, diversity and importance of insects, spiders and other live invertebrates from Alberta and around the world in an engaging, fun and safe environment. The humidity controlled space is temperature controlled for the hundreds of live invertebrates housed in the gallery. […]Learn More
Designed by Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership with kids eight years old and younger, the Children’s Space offers kids 7,000 square feet of hands-on learning space and is home to all kinds of fun activities, including an interactive dig pit and a theatre. Children can engage in free play, self-discovery, and authentic exploration […]Learn More