Shopping / Retail
Busy retail facilities require entrances that provide easy access for customers and create a pleasant shopping experience. DORMA can supply the right products for ease of access as well as securing employee and goods entrances that require secure access.
Queen Victoria Village, generally known as QV Village or just QV, is a precinct in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. QV comprises of a large shopping centre, a central plaza, an underground food court, supermarket, offices and apartment buildings.
Mall of the Emirates, is a 223,000 square metre centre leisure, entertainment and shopping resort located in the heart of 'New Dubai'. The mall was designed by the American architectural firm, F+A Architects. Prior to the opening of the Dubai Mall, the Mall of the Emirates was the second largest shopping mall in the Middle East.
Glittering retail temples are today as much a part of the image of the Arabian Peninsula as majestic camel trains and spacious Bedouin tents. The latest pearl in a long string of purchasing paradises is the “Mall of Arabia” in the Saudi harbour town of Jeddah. A total of 330 outlets - including many of the top designer stores - and 34 restaurants offer the ultimate in shopping seduction.
Covering 76,000 square metres of the former Saale Park in Günthersdorf in the Halle/Leipzig region of southeast Germany, the ‘nova eventis’ is a unique shopping and amenities centre comprising around 220 individual boutiques, department stores, service-providers, restaurants, bars and cafés.
When global leading sporting brand Adidas decided to rebrand and refit a flagship 1800m2 store in London, it was essential the entire retail experience was second to none and that had to start with the entrances on busy Oxford Street. With constant foot traffic, performance and durability were of the utmost importance, as were striking aesthetics.
In the middle of Kreuzberger Kiez in Berlin, the "Overkill-Shop" readily attracts the attention of the passers-by for its sneakers and street wear. Because at 195A Köpenickerstrasse, Robert Peiser and Thomas Schulz, inspired by their trips to Tokyo and New York, have developed a store, the concept of which sets new standards for the German capital – an artistic blend of classic prestige showroom and living street art.