Design by Kor in conjunction with Hot design and GPT have created a new outdoor retail and casual dining precinct. Taking inspiration from food truck parks and capitalising on the interest in pop-up stores and temporary retail spaces, four shipping containers and a significant landscape package have formed Highpoint’s IN:TRANSIT space, shaping a dynamic and non-permanent retail zone. Each container has had a variety of services added and incorporates bespoke customised joinery to cater for all tenancy types.
Structural columns, spotted gum and powder coated metal work are punctuated by leather upholstery and organic landscaping to a create a variety of warm and inviting spaces to rest and regenerate throughout Level 2 and Level 3 of Highpoint Shopping Centre.
American oak timber work, ceasarstone tops, commercial upholstery, powder coated metals and ornate marble detail complete this expansive project. Each precinct has the addition of Italian seating sourced from companies such as Trampoliere and Catifa 46. Polypropylene shells, natural oak, concrete finishes and metal details merge to reflect an open contemporary food hall experience.
This interactive, high-tech space-themed play area has become the children’s hub of Box Hill Central Shopping Centre’s North precinct. It boasts a four metre, light up, sensory rocket ship with an enticing slide that encourages climbing. Soft flooring surfaces, interactive screens, graphic elements, large moonscapes and safety enclosures, invite children to play and offer parents respite. It even has its own reading nook stocked with books for the future astronaut.
The refurbishment of Inglot’s Epping Plaza store required full demolition of the existing space and a complete re-instatement. The addition of plumbing, electrical and data cabling, plastering, tiling, ventilation, air-conditioning and a new shop front resulted in Design by Kor completely kitting-out this international brand’s Epping retail store.
Industrial styling based on rusted metal fused with natural ash timber. Sharp lines enhance minimalist forms whilst inbuilt planters and natural greenery pay homage to biophillic design. Back dropped by bluestone tiling, raw metal and cutting edge clothing and food stores, the junction has become a popular meeting point for Highpoint Shopping Centre hipsters.