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PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini Mall

Architecture PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini Mall

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini MallThe Mini Mall consists of 2500 sq. m. of retail and catering space for entrepreneurs, artists, designers and other creative minds as from spring 2011. The development of the Hofplein Station into a compact shopping mall comes in response to a lack of affordable locations in Rotterdam where fresh new initiatives can see the light of day, but also with the aim to give the neighborhood quality boost.

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini Mall

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini MallThe Mini Mall offers space for special catering outlets, original shop formats for independent designers, vintage clothing, high class sneakers, handmade accessories, comics & second-hand furniture. Mini Mall offers more than shopping; you can also enjoy a ‘high wine’, a latte macchiato, personal training, jazz concerts and club nights.

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini Mall

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini MallIts central location and authentic character make the future Mini Mall a place where both the people of the city and international visitors can feast on fashion, music, art, design and lifestyle and good food, every day of the week.

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini MallA special quality that’s added to the national monument is the public area (courtyard) through the arches where all the activities of individual entrepreneurs meet. So the monument was broken up from the street and made accessible to the public. Temporary events and pop-up formulas constitute the unifying factor within the Mini Mall and creating every time a new reality to be experienced.

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini Mall
PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini MallThe Mini Mall has been designed by AFARAI & PEÑA architecture. The specific role of the architects was broader than just the architectural design. The concept “Mini Mall” is conceived by the architects and presented as spatial and economic business model.

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini Mall

PEÑA architecture & AFARAI | Mini MallAfter the elaboration of this concept to the final design, the architects made the communications and branding concept. This set up has resulted in more than 80% occupation before completion.

 
Location: Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Design architects: PEÑA architecture & AFARAI (Rotterdam / Amsterdam)
Area: 2500 m2
Client: Hofbogen BV (housing corporations Havensteder and Vestia, Rotterdam)
Advice companies: Akropolis (Rotterdam), Installatiebedrijf Knipscheer BV (Soest)
Constructor: BAM Gebouwservices Rotterdam
Installations: Installatiebedrijf Andriessen BV (Houten)
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