Emporium Melbourne Shopping Centre

Emporium Melbourne Shopping Centre, Victoria Retail Development, Building, Architecture

Emporium Melbourne : Shopping Centre

Victoria Retail Building, Australia – design by The Buchan Group, architects

16 Jul 2013

Melbourne Shopping Centre

Design: The Buchan Group

Location: Melbourne, Australia

A major retail development about to open in the Melbourne CBD.

Emporium is a high-end, interconnected, urban, vertical retail environment of an extremely high standard.

The retail development was required to link to the established, adjacent department stores of Myer and David Jones, as well as GPO Melbourne, The Strand Arcade and Melbourne Central, and to reflect the character and shopping experience of Melbourne’s network of laneways. It has been designed with the larger footprints required by international brands and will introduce a number of these to Melbourne, including Uniqlo, Top Shop, Zara and other prominent retailers.

Emporium Shopping Centre – Building Information

Title: EMPORIUM MELBOURNE
Clients: GIC & CFS Retail Trust Property Group
Value: $1.6 billion
Scope of work by The Buchan Group: Architecture, Retail Planning, Integration of Interior Designs
Size: 48 000m²: 225 stores over 7 levels plus basement
Completion: Staged opening from April 16 – July 2014

Emporium Melbourne Shopping Centre images / information received from The Buchan Group:

Emporium Melbourne architects – The Buchan Group

Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia




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Website: www.emporiummelbourne.com.au