Mall of Qatar and The Lexicon Bracknell shortlisted for MAPIC awards

The Mall of Qatar

Chapman Taylor is delighted to report that two of our major projects, Mall of Qatar and The Lexicon Bracknell, have been shortlisted for the prestigious MAPIC Awards 2017.

Mall of Qatar has been nominated in the Best New Shopping Centre category, while the Bracknell Regeneration project is a contender for Best Retail Urban Project. The awards ceremony will take place during this year’s MAPIC conference in Cannes, at a gala dinner on Thursday 16th November.

Mall of Qatar, which opened in December 2016, provides visitors with 500 stores, 100 restaurants, 7,000 parking spaces, a premium Carrefour hypermarket, a family entertainment area and a mall with double-height flagship stores from across the globe. It also includes 19 cinema screens, including the largest IMAX laser 3D in the world, and a five-star fashion hotel operated by Curio Collection Hilton. The defining feature of the Mall of Qatar is the ‘Oasis’, a landscaped 30-metre-high entertainment F&B atrium with a 50-strong in-house troupe delivering live family entertainment all year on a 360-degree custom-developed revolving and multi-lift stage.

The Lexicon Bracknell

The Lexicon Bracknell, which opened in September 2017, provides a vibrant, mixed-use environment in which shopping and leisure amenities line both open and covered public streets. The scheme provides for 70 retail, food and leisure units, and a 1,300-space car park. With restaurants and bars fronting brand new public squares, and a new 12-screen Cineworld cinema in place, the area is designed to remain a popular destination late into the evening. The project is part of a £240 million scheme by Bracknell Regeneration Partnership to transform the town centre.

Chapman Taylor’s Madrid studio was lead designer on the Mall of Qatar, designing both the architecture and the interiors. We also planned and designed one of the two key components of The Lexicon Bracknell, at Charles Square – connecting the brand new ‘Northern Quarter’ to the existing Princess Square Centre.

Congratulations to everyone involved in both projects!


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