Dreiländergalerie - from competition-win to open!

Dreiländergalerie has now opened its doors to the public. Chapman Taylor’s Düsseldorf studio, together with the investor CEMAGG GmbH, won a competition to design and develop the scheme.

Dreiländergalerie, or Three Countries Gallery, is so named after its unique location in Germany, close to the borders of France and Switzerland. This 63,000m² GBA mixed-use destination combines three retail levels, a fitness centre and three parking levels for 586 cars, in addition to 220 bicycle spaces. A medical centre will be opening soon on the 2nd floor. Dreiländergalerie will attract local footfall and visitors from across the Swiss border in Basel, aided by a new tram line complete with a turning loop.

The 75 retail outlets within cater for fashion, lifestyle and more. They are distributed over the three retail levels of the terrazzo-floored mall. There is also a food court on the first floor and a children's play zone in the basement.

Design concept

The attractive development is surrounded by high-quality public realm spaces. As part of the development, the "Alte Badische Zollhaus" (Old Baden Customs House), will next year be restored and revitalised in close cooperation with the monument preservation authorities, with food and beverage outlets on two floors.

Yvonne von Salm (Dipl.-Ing. Architektin)

Project Manager, Düsseldorf

Yvonne has more than 40 years of experience in managing complex projects across several sectors and several of her projects have won leading industry awards.

From 1977 to 1997, Yvonne was planning manager at Walter Brune Architects in Düsseldorf, where her responsibilities included the planning and implementation of projects such as Klemensviertel Düsseldorf, Hotel Bredeney in Essen and the Kö-Galerie and Schadow Arkaden in Düsseldorf.

Since Chapman Taylor took over Walter Brune Architects in 1997, she has successfully managed and implemented a large number of projects, such as City Palais in Duisburg, Forum Duisburg, Neumarkt Galerie in Cologne and the multi-award-winning City Plaza in Wuppertal.

Yvonne verfügt über mehr als 40 Jahre Erfahrung im Management komplexer Projekte in verschiedenen Sektoren. Mehrere ihrer Projekte wurden mit renommierten Preisen ausgezeichnet.

Von 1977 bis 1997 war Yvonne von Salm als Planungsleiterin bei Walter Brune Architekten in Düsseldorf u.a. verantwortlich für die Planung und Realisierung von Projekten wie dem Klemensviertel in Düsseldorf, dem Hotel Bredeney in Essen sowie der Kö-Galerie und der Schadow Arkaden in Düsseldorf.

Seit der Übernahme des Büros Walter Brune Architekten durch Chapman Taylor in 1997 hat sie eine Vielzahl von Projekten in leitender Position erfolgreich betreut und umgesetzt.

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