New images of Dolmen Mall construction in Lahore, Pakistan

New images show the progress of the work on-site at Dolmen Mall, a 75,000m2 GLA luxury shopping centre located within the Defence Housing Authority grounds in Lahore. The project aims to complete in the first half of 2023.

Concrete and metal works are now completed and work on the façade and finishing materials will soon commence. Our interior materials mock-ups are in progress.

Designed by Chapman Taylor’s Brussels studio for Dolmen Group, with construction by IZHAR Construction (Pvt) Ltd, this upscale state-of-the-art shopping mall will revolutionise the shopping experience in Pakistan. The mall is easily accessible from the Lahore Ring Road which allows easy connectivity to the city of Lahore and neighbouring conurbations.

Dolmen Mall will offer three levels of retail, a hypermarket, cafés, restaurants, themed food streets, food courts and leisure and entertainment facilities. In addition, there will be two levels of basement parking for 2,000 cars.

The design uses traditional Islamic patterns on glazed surfaces, employing geometrical shapes to stunning effect. The context-appropriate façade makes use of subtle pastel colours and textures which complement the scheme’s landscaping, while a striking feature roof ‘drapes’ over the building, creating a wave-like canopy to emphasise the entrances.

Designed by Chapman Taylor’s Brussels studio for Dolmen Group, with construction by IZHAR Construction (Pvt) Ltd, this upscale state-of-the-art shopping mall will revolutionise the shopping experience in Pakistan. The mall is easily accessible from the Lahore Ring Road which allows easy connectivity to the city of Lahore and neighbouring conurbations.

Dolmen Mall will offer three levels of retail, a hypermarket, cafés, restaurants, themed food streets, food courts and leisure and entertainment facilities. In addition, there will be two levels of basement parking for 2,000 cars.

Design concept

The design uses traditional Islamic patterns on glazed surfaces, employing geometrical shapes to stunning effect. The context-appropriate façade makes use of subtle pastel colours and textures which complement the scheme’s landscaping, while a striking feature roof ‘drapes’ over the building, creating a wave-like canopy to emphasise the entrances.

Xavier Grau (EUATB, OAB)

董事, 布鲁塞尔

Xavier joined Chapman Taylor in 1997 as a design architect and project manager. He became the Director responsible for our Brussels studio in 2005.

He has a wide range of design skills with extensive experience working internationally and has completed projects in many countries and cultural environments.

Xavier specialises in the design and project management of mixed-use developments, including expertise in the residential, office and retail sectors.  

Areas of Expertise:

Mixed-use / Retail

Mariia Grachova (MS Arch)

副董事, 布鲁塞尔

Mariia has worked on major retail, transportation and mixed-use schemes in Europe, Africa and South Asia, including the Brussels Airport Connector building, Evry2 shopping centre and the adjacent Place des Terrasses urban regeneration development near Paris, Douala Airport in Cameroon and Dolmen shopping centre in Lahore, Pakistan.

Mariia joined Chapman Taylor in July 2012 and became an Associate Director in 2020. Committed and rigorous, Mariia has displayed great leadership skills and is technically proficient, as well as being able to speak several languages.

Areas of expertise:

Retail / Transportation / Mixed-Use / Delivery

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