Sylvia Park, Auckland, New Zealand Client: Kiwi Property Architect: Buchan About the project: Sylvia Park is New Zealand’s largest shopping centre. A current expansion, called The Galleria, will have space for 60 retailers, which will be a mix of national and international brands. The development also includes a new dining precinct, and a multi-storey car […]
Designed to connect the Chadstone shopping centre, the largest in the southern hemisphere, with the newly opened MGallery by Sofitel, The Link is a tranquil walkway that replaces part of a multi-level car park and creates a more accessible, engaging entrance to Chadstone – the Fashion Capital.
NDYLIGHT was engaged to design the lighting for this innovative new branch, a vessel to allow ANZ to push their vision of the future of banking, involving breaking down traditional barriers between banker and customer.
Tauranga Crossing is a regional shopping destination located within the Bay of Plenty. The stage two expansion delivers a fully enclosed retail experience for patrons with two-level galleria mall, two dining precincts the Observatory and the Garden Eateries, the latter which extends into a backyard inspired playground & relaxation garden. The space is designed to embrace the local community providing a warm and inviting environment in which one feels familiar, comfortable and welcome.
The first shopping centre of its kind in Australia, initially constructed in 1966, Roselands in Sydney’s south-west had many minor refurbishments but was in need of a major upgrade to its public areas especially its Food Court area. The client’s intent was to refurbish all of the Level 1 area and part of the ground floor area.
Centrum Chodov, Prague Client: Unibail-Rodamco Architect: Benoy About the project: Centrum Chodov is a shopping mall located in the Prague district of Chodov in the Czech Republic. It was expanded and re-opened in late 2017. With over 300 shops, it is the largest shopping centre in the Czech Republic. NDYLIGHT provided lighting design for the […]
The project included around 42,000 square metres of retail floor space across 7 levels, and about 31,000 square metres of commercial floor space.
With four main towers sitting on a central podium structure – and a fifth connected via a bridge – the site creates a series of laneways bisecting the site and travelling under some of the larger buildings.
Centrum Černý Most is a major new retail project in Prague, delivering the developer’s vision of an iconic and luxurious retail destination.
The redevelopment included new shopping areas of approximately 1.4 million square feet.