One Fashion Outlet Mall Voderady

URSA GLASSWOOL

One Fashion Outlet Mall Voderady

Project details

  • Product used: URSA GLASSWOOL
  • Application: Internal walls
  • Building type: Shopping Centres
  • Architect: Holder Mathias Architects
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Until recently citizens of Voderady, Bratislava and surrounding areas had to travel more than 50 Km to shop in any outlet. But the opening in October 30, 2013, of One Fashion Outlet Mall in Voderady, has made it possible for them to find the best brands at reduced prices. In a first phase, this shopping arcade had 15,000 square metres and 70 shops, with brands such as Nike, Adidas, Benetton, Levis, Echo, Mustang, etc. Investors plan to expand the centre in two more phases. Once the project is finalised, in the autumn of 2015, it will offer visitors a 35,000 square metre area, 130 stores and a car park for 2,500 vehicles. The total investment is 65 million euros, 30 of which have been earmarked for the 1st phase. According to as its director, Andrej Brna, the difference between this mall and other outlets is “that it includes a leisure area with restaurants and cafes, a more sophisticated design and ecological building materials”. Its design was carried out by Holder Mathias Architects, a London office specialised in projecting outlets. Its team designed a space surrounded by plants, attractions for children and even a lake. Shops are located on both sides of a glass roofed shopping avenue protecting shoppers from the rain. The construction company, Zipp, elected URSA GLASSWOOL DF 39 for the insulation of inner walls and ceilings. This is a very versatile mineral wool insulating material in the shape of rolls. URSA GLASSWOOL DF 39 is particularly indicated for the insulation of pitched roofs, vertical constructions and horizontal structures offering a high degree of thermal and acoustic insulation and fire protection. One Fashion Outlet Mall Voderady

Location: Voderady (Slovakia)

The difference between this mall and other outlets is that it includes a leisure area, a sophisticated design and ecological building materials.