Crystal Design Center (CDC) is the most comprehensive and integrated Design Center in Asia showcasing architectural, interior, decorating and construction products. CDC facilities include Product Showrooms, Architecture & Decorative Resource Center, Exhibition & Conferences Facilities, Business Lounge, Design Library, Office Spaces, and Meeting Facilities housing in several distinctive designed buildings integrated within posh landscape design district.
The most central location of Istanbul is in Etiler; first office in Turkey, assign a pioneering shopping and residential life by bringing together the Akmerkez shopping center with the goal of becoming a world standard for more than 20 years serving the guests.
The foundation of Gülaylar Group was laid by İhsan Gülay in 1926. Gulaylar; With the second generation of jobs Mehmet Gulay’s takeover in 1951, after structuring worldwide with regional activities started in Turkey before reaching today evolved into a corporate stability.
Since our opening in September 2007 we are working non-stop with our 300 stores to offer the best service to our visitors. We provide a vast selection thanks to our 270.000m2 construction area, 87.000m2 store area, 3600 units carpark and wide range of stores. It is our pleasure to offer viable alternatives to our wide scale of visitors from all ages and backgrounds.
Eczacıbaşı’s core sectors are building products, consumer products and healthcare. Additionally, the Group is active in information technology, natural resources, and property development. In Turkey, Eczacıbaşı is the leader in most of its businesses with some of the most effective distribution networks in the country for building products, pharmaceuticals, and fast-moving consumer goods. Globally, Eczacıbaşı has established itself among the world’s top providers of bathroom and tiling solutions for homes and commercial venues with its VitrA, Burgbad, Villeroy and Boch (Tiles), and Engers brands. It is also a major exporter of tissue paper, electronic smart cards and industrial raw materials such as clay and feldspar.
International Shopping Centers Council (ICSC) by the ‘World’s Best AVM’si’ selected, Turkey’s largest shopping, entertainment and living center Mall of Istanbul, Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport in Başakşehir from developing regions TEM Motorway, linking Located on the intersection. Turkey’s largest domestic real estate investor Grandchildren REIT implemented by May 23, 2014, the Mall of 350 stores and serves thousands of brand services in Istanbul.
Creating an unequalled living space at the heart of Istanbul, Zorlu Center is now the “ meeting venue in the city”. Zorlu Shopping Mall is built on a land of totally 105.000 m² comprising a main court of 10.000 m² and a second court of 12.000 m² in addition to a leasable area of 73.000 m² which is home to approximately 205 stores.
Beymen, located on an area of 9.600 m², introduces a brand new concept to the visitors of Zorlu Shopping Mall. Apple introduces the iconic cube store concept specific to New York in its first store opened in Turkey. Bvlgari, Balmain, Tiffany & Co., Brooks Brothers, Cos, Lanvin, Pomellato, Stella McCartney, and Superdry are other brands preferring Zorlu Shopping Mall to open their first store in Turkey.
“Barvikha Luxury Village” is a street of boutiques of world famous brands where the European level of shopping is offered. Signed models of clothes, shoes and accessories can be purchased at the best price, the rest of the items from the new collections – at Milan prices.
The Upper Trading Rows were opened on December 2nd 1893. Exceptional for Moscow and Russia project became the largest passage in Europe at the time. Passages – covered shopping streets – were invented at the beginning of the XIX century in Paris after the Napoleonic wars, inspired by the covered bazaars of the Arab Countries. The oldest one, Passage du Caire, was built in 1799. But these were just covered shopping streets which became stores in the second half of the century. GUM’s closest analogue is Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan (1877), but the Moscow’s passage is half as much. Also the passage in Milan has no stores at the upper levels due to the lack of bridges, which GUM is proud of.
The place of construction of the shopping center was chosen by the Moscow Government, which planned that a large shopping center would attract tourists. The first project for the construction of the Okhotny Ryad shopping center was developed by Boris Ulkin, who proposed the idea of a 7-level complex that goes underground to a depth of 38 meters. Ulkin wanted to place an architectural museum, a historical theater, a children’s play center, an art salon, a movie and video hall, restaurants, shops, banks and offices on 120 thousand m², and parking for 450 cars was provided on the two lower levels of the complex. In the process of project implementation, it became clear that in order to accelerate the return on investment, it was necessary to abandon the original idea of creating a social and cultural center. Ulkin did not compromise and did not make changes, so the project was transferred to Mosproject-2, headed by architect Mikhail Posokhin, who brought in Zurab Tsereteli as a designer. The design project of the shopping center was one of the first large-scale works of the famous sculptor. The construction of the Okhotny Ryad shopping center began in 1993, and the main construction and installation works were completed in the summer of 1997, which allowed it to be opened by the 850th anniversary of Moscow. In 1997, the Okhotny Ryad shopping center became a laureate of the MIPIM AWARDS international competition.
TSUM – the signature fashion department store of Russia – has been a historic sight and the symbol of fashion in Moscow for more than 110 years. TSUM has made its name in Russia and in the world by its expertise in fashion buying. With its 70,000
BurJuman has a well-established status as a true destination mall hosting a great variety of Dubai’s leading retailers supported by a state of the art Cinema, a Family Entertainment Centre, and a Carrefour hypermarket and a great range of dining options.
Ibn Battuta Mall is the world’s largest themed shopping mall with more than 400 outlets. It consists of six courts, each of whose designs are inspired by some of the countries visited by the Moroccan Berber explorer, Ibn Battuta: Andalusia Court, China Court, Egypt Court, India Court, Persia Court, and Tunisia Court.
Mall of the Emirates is the world’s first shopping resort and flagship luxury destination. The multi-level shopping destination is the home to more than 630 international stores and offers more than 80 of the world’s most prestigious brands housed in the Fashion Dome and Via Rodeo, as well as the largest Carrefour in the city.
The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest and most-visited retail and entertainment destination, which welcomes more than 80 million visitors annually. It offers an unparalleled retail mix combined with world-class dining, entertainment and leisure attractions.
It is partly built on the site of the former Hong Kong Hotel, which was in its day the best known hotel on Hong Kong Island. In the 1970s, Hongkong Land started the development of the Landmark under its Central Redevelopment Scheme. The first phase of the project was completed in the late 1970s and the whole project was completed in 1983.
The Lee Gardens area is Causeway Bay’s premium destination, offering first class business and retail facilities. As a magnet for exciting fashion, lifestyle products, hospitality and dining, Lee Gardens represents the heartbeat of Hong Kong. This high-energy zone truly stands among the most vital and dynamic journeys of discovery in the world, creating a choice location for people to work, shop and play.
Hysan Place is a shopping mall and office building at 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. It was developed by Hysan Development Company Limited at the former site of Hennessy Centre and was designed by international architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox
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