By Porter Anderson | @Porter_Anderson
[dropcap style=”flat” size=”5″]L[/dropcap]ots of major pavilions at Frankfurt Book Fair this year seem to feature attractive, gently curving corners. Surely no more than a design idiom of the season, there’s still something right about these tidy, rounded edges in a trade show that will see more than 7,500 exhibitors and more than 300,000 attendees in three days. We’ll be shaking out the sand for weeks.
These massive trade shows and their associated conferences are the settings in which deep-level shifts in thinking within the industry! the industry! sometimes are registered for the first time.
Here at the 2013 Frankfurt Book Fair this week, if we’re not actually walking past a couple of smoothly contoured bends, we may at least be able to peer around them.
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