Here is yet another one of our projects recently completed for healthy snack bar brand KIND
Working with their designers we translated their branded concepts into a fully functional pop-up bar and dance stage. Two 20ft shipping containers were used by our engineers and technicians to build this stunning containerised pop up event system. Container conversion involved a complete reforming and painting of the containers. Fully open sides and two fold out ends make up the main structure.
‘Powered by KIND’ launched at Virgin Hackney Festival of Fitness between 17-19th May 2019. Its kinetic dance floor harnesses the energy generated by a moving audience. Power points then provide phones and other electronic devices with free battery charging. It’s simple, the more people move, the more power they make.
Healthy snack bar brand KIND is launching a series of ‘Powered by KIND’ experiences in the UK this summer. Global brand experience agency Sense will be running the event activations, with further events taking place this summer.
You will be able to experience ‘Powered by KIND’ Container Conversion at the following events:
- London 10k (21st July)
- Camp Bestival (24th-28th July)
- Big Festival (23rd-25th August)
- Oxford Half (12th-13th Oct)
Additionally KIND are partnering with the Food & Lycra fitness platform. It will offer cones sprinkled with KIND bars in exchange for their participation in free fitness sessions. The aim is to encourage Londoners to have a more active summer helped by these Sense tours across the capital.
Inbox Projects managed the whole process for our clients from the concept stage through to completion and delivery. 3D shipping container concepts submitted featured branding options, layout variations and GA specifications. The build phase, managed by our engineers, ran smoothly with regular updates and progress reports. Final inspection, sign-off and delivery completed the project.
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