“While being able to foresee the change is important, it still seems quite unlikely that a concept created 10 years ago can endure the changing trends. This provides the architects and designers with the liberty of creating transformable and transportable spaces.
While this transition is obviously easier and more possible in the field of interior design, in the field of architectural design, it also becomes apparent that this kind of transition will soon play its part on the operational and occupational process of shopping malls as the demand shifts towards this concept when we consider the change in the proportion of leasable areas vs. circulation spaces, conversion of indoor spaces into terraces or addition of more terrace areas.
“STARCITY OUTLET CENTER, interior design and frontal renovation of which we manage, stands as a very good example of this phenomenon. This project with its abundant green and open areas, semipublic squares/courts will be able to provide for a significant part of the future demand for both operational and occupational use in its area as the demand rises and changes in the years ahead.