Infinity mixed-use scheme in Tashkent features in first Uzbekistan showcase at MAPIC 2019

Chapman Taylor is delighted to report that our innovative design for the mixed-use Infinity project in Tashkent will have the honour of being showcased at the Uzbekistan stand at this year’s MAPIC festival in Cannes – the first time Uzbekistan has been officially represented at a major property event of this nature.

The 180,000m2 scheme will create a modern retail-led, mixed-use development for Tashkent and the wider region, designed to create a sustainable and vibrant destination for people of all ages. The development will be strategically well-placed where one of the main traffic arteries to the city centre meets the main airport road.

A 100,000m2 shopping and entertainment centre will form the heart of the scheme, bringing well-known regional and international brand names to the city. The diverse retail offer will be complemented by a cinema, a rooftop street food venue and food court, a rooftop leisure pool, a children’s entertainment area and an outdoor amphitheatre for displays and performances.

Striking residential towers will line the main road, providing approximately 20,000m2 of living space with deep, shaded balconies and beautiful views over the adjacent parkland space.

The 20,000m2 office component will sit within a glazed cube with a feature sun-shading enclosure to reduce glare and heat gains from the region’s strong summer sun. A rooftop terrace will provide a multi-functional for F&B, events and holding informal meetings.

The retail, residential and office elements will each be defined by their own external architectural expressions, yet will form a visually coherent and unified whole. Colours and materials have been carefully chosen to create a recognisably Uzbek visual character in a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional forms and patterns of the region.

Chapman Taylor provided the design concept for this landmark development on behalf of The Tower Mall Management Group. The large-scale scheme will be one of the first of its kind in Uzbekistan, and is expected to become a popular destination for people from all over Tashkent and the wider region.

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