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  • 1. HKR : RETAIL Retail
  • 2. HKR : RETAIL Mixed Use Shopping streets and centres define the visual and social character Offices of our towns and cities. Today retail-led regeneration provides Residential stimulating, entertaining, and engaging places to be. Retail Masterplanning & Urban Design Hotels & Resorts Education Health Interior Architecture HKR Architects is an international architecture and design practice with offices in Dublin, London, Manchester, Belfast and Prague. HKR’s portfolio of projects spans several sectors – mixed use, offices, residential, retail, hotels & resorts, education and health. The practice has dedicated capabilities in masterplanning & urban Retail design and in Public Private Partnership projects. It also specialises in the design and fitout of interiors for all types of buildings. HKR has been designing buildings and environments since 1992 and has gained award-winning status internationally, providing design-led solutions that are functional and commercial, and highly specific to clients’ needs.
  • 3. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL Designing Retail Environments Site Discovery Making Connections Many town centres need more retail City centre retail development stands or capacity but appear to have no space for falls by the strength of the connections it expansion, which leads to the justification makes to existing prime shopping areas. for uncontrolled out-of-town alternatives. The key to this success is the ability to create the perception that the whole At HKR our retail team have a particular retail map is expanded, rather than a talent for identifying sites that are often new tributary being made off the existing overlooked by others. pedestrian flow. HKR has extensive experience in retail So many schemes fail over time by being design – we can identify ways to expand too inward looking and subsequently the prime shopping area with less valuable being trumped by newer developments. In back-land and integrate the old with the urban design terms, the creation of parallel new seamlessly. With our combined disconnected centres can be disastrous design-led and business focus, we know and can often become quickly obsolete. how to achieve successful commercial values whilst maintaining a strong urban At HKR the retail team is highly skilled design perspective. at making these connections. The skill lies in our ability to take as little prime property as necessary so that all the redeveloped land will benefit from the uplift and intensification of the new development.
  • 4. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL Live Designing for Customers The Compact City Designs that simply work Creating memorable experiences Meet Stay It is important that any major new › Grand streets and intimate lanes › Restaurants in the sunny corner with intervention into the urban fabric of a city the right degree of separation from › A square just where a breakout space contains a rich, layered and varied mix of pedestrians is needed uses. Cities thrive on diversity - rather than › Space for entertainers, seasonal events a single retail use which will often result in › Small places created just wide enough and art installations that don’t look for café seating a deserted area in the evening. In this way empty when not in use retail-led development acts as a catalyst › Escalators and stairs that invite › Fountains and feature lighting that to regenerate towns and city centres, movement and allow people to see appear at dusk but are invisible in transforming them into desirable places to and go the day live, shop, meet, eat, stay, relax and work. › Easy sight lines between retail levels › Evening economy of cafés, restaurants Relax At HKR we have true sector knowledge › Buildings that have an authentic three-dimensional form that fit the and entertainment - spatially overlapping with the retail streets in the key mixed use disciplines of scale of the city masterplanning, retail, leisure, hotels › Movement from integrated hotels and apartments that support the urban and offices which are required to fulfil Customers should emotionally bond lifestyle and enhance street safety out this vision of urban living. with a new retail development and of hours accept it as an integral part of their daily › Quality of materials and detail We combine understanding of how to lives - whether or not they want to shop maximize the value of each part of the › Architecture that delights in places and on a particular day. quietly encloses other spaces development with the customers’ need for an emotional attachment to the spaces and places we create. Shop Eat On one level the design needs to be simple and on another level it needs to create a subliminal journey of discovery.
  • 5. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Planned Urban Expansions Creating new settlements Valuing all stakeholders Designing retail environments is not always A proposal for the development of a for existing city centres. new settlement has to appeal to all key stakeholders. Increasingly cities are looking to create new town centres at major transport hubs Working with specialist retail agents, in order to relieve the pressure on city HKR can develop plans which will centres. Sites range from Brownfield sites capture the hearts and minds of on the edge of the city to Greenfield sites investors, developers, retailers, cultural near transport infrastructures. guardians and politicians. At HKR we can create a retail At HKR we understand the steps that masterplan that is the right size and need to be taken to initiate and grow these mix for the specific location - regardless settlements from a retail-led development. of whether it is an urban location, We can communicate our vision visually, Brownfield or Greenfield site. intellectually and commercially to all stakeholders.
  • 6. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL Projects
  • 7. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 The Northern Quarter 02 The Northern Quarter is a prime retail- The current Arnotts Department Store will led mixed use development anchored by be demolished and replaced with a new Arnotts Department Store in the heart 320,000 sq ft state-of-the-art store, trading of the retail core area of Dublin city over six levels. centre. The 1.5 million sq ft development will provide an integrated mix of retail, A decision to grant planning permission residential, leisure and hotel facilities. was made by Dublin City Council in 2007 and construction is due to commence in The site extends to 5.6 acres and links 2008 with completion in 2012. O’Connell Street to the east, Henry Street to the north, Upper Liffey Street to the west The Northern Quarter will be an and Middle Abbey Street to the south. open street development arranged as individual city blocks each with its own Contemporary in design and providing architecture and identity. a sense of place, the transformed and pedestrianised Prince’s Street leads into the newly created Abbey Square. 01 Abbey Square 02 Detail of Abbey Square
  • 8. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 02 01 This project is exactly the kind of ambitious, visionary development the area needs, retaining the charm of an open-street environment but overlaying it with the dynamism and diversity of a modern European capital. HKR’s design for the regeneration of The Northern Quarter will create a lively new shopping and entertainment area complete with: › New Arnotts Department Store › Refurbishment and extension of existing Pennys Store › 47 new shops › 13 cafés and bars › Food emporium › Sky restaurant › 117 apartments › 143 bedroom hotel › Spa › 157 car parking spaces 01 Abbey Square 02 Aerial view of development
  • 9. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 02 03 01 Night shot of Abbey Street A new mixed use retail-led development anchored by a new 21st century Arnotts 02 View from Henry Street Department Store in the heart of Dublin city centre 03 Prince’s Street
  • 10. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Arcadia Centre 02 HKR was appointed by Glenkerrin UK to Grouped in 7 separate urban buildings the redesign the Arcadia Shopping Centre, a 4.2 development will create: acre site at Ealing Broadway in West London. › 500 residential dwellings in buildings The development will create a new mixed of varying heights from 5 to 24 storeys use development consisting of retail, › 200,000 sq ft of retail space with a residential, leisure and commercial in the mix of unit sizes and an anchor store of town centre of Ealing with significant new 57,000 sq ft pedestrian links, streets and civic spaces. This will create increased connectivity and › 18,000 sq ft health and fitness club permeability in the heart of the town. › 5,000 sq ft of commercial space › 325 basement car spaces A residential landmark building of 24 storeys to Haven Green and 17 storeys › renewable energy provision of 20% towards the south marks the gateway to The development will also include new Ealing town centre and underlines Ealing’s civic and public spaces including 2 new position as a major residential area. squares, Station Plaza and New Square. 01 Retail plaza 02 New square
  • 11. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 02 01 Bray Town Centre 02 The Bray Town Centre scheme, located in Co Wicklow south of Dublin, obtained planning for the redevelopment of the former 42 acre Bray Golf Club. The proposed masterplan is for a mixed use development which will provide: › 500,000 sq ft retail › 830 apartments › 60,000 sq ft offices › 103 bedroom hotel › 25,000 sq ft riverside bars and restaurants › 8 screen cinema › Crèches › Community centre › 4,200 car parking spaces 01 Masterplan 02 Atrium view
  • 12. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 02 A new public park, riverside promenade and public plazas are also incorporated in the masterplan. 03 01 Overall view of scheme 02 Waterfront view 03 Model
  • 13. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Charlestown Centre 02 03 The Charlestown Centre is located just north of Finglas village in county Dublin. The shopping centre comprises 200,000 sq ft of retail space which includes anchor tenants Dunnes and Heatons, and 30 smaller units arranged around a naturally ventilated and glazed roof mall. There is a travelator and lift access for shopping trolleys to 500 car spaces in the basement with additional 500 surface car spaces adjacent to the Centre. 01 Lighting detail 02 Entrance to Centre 03 Main retail floor
  • 14. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Sarasota Bayside 02 This pivotal urban regeneration of downtown Sarasota will consist of over 2.5 million sq ft of retail, residential, cultural, office and leisure amenities. HKR’s urban design concept provides a ‘golden thread’ of luxury retail frontage making a new urban link between the downtown and cultural districts of Sarasota. Over 700 apartments and condominiums will be located in this prestigious harbourfront site. 01 Residential block 02 Retail plaza
  • 15. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Killarney Town Centre 02 Killarney Town Centre is a new The site is home to the listed Malton Hotel, 600,000 sq ft mixed use development. formerly The Great Southern, and the new The 13 acre town centre site will include development centres around this historic a viewing tower which, at more than 270 hotel. feet high, will act as a landmark on the approach to the town. It will also provide One of the key challenges with this views to the surrounding Kerry lakes and development was the impact of introducing mountains. such a large scheme within such a historically sensitive site. The significant The scheme provides new pedestrian level differences across the site were permeability within the town and proposes exploited to position a large portion of the a number of key urban design interventions shopping mall below the hotel garden, with which should have a significant positive distinctive roof-lights located within the impact on the existing town core. These landscaped water features. include two new public squares, a public park and the viewing tower. 01 Mall entrance 02 Viewing tower at night
  • 16. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 02 03 04 01 01 The new town centre will comprise: 05 › Malton Hotel - refurbishment and 120 bedroom extension 09 › Shopping mall with multi-level retail units 07 › Spa and leisure centre › Banqueting rooms › Convention and exhibition centre 06 › Indoor activity centre 08 › Community centre › Offices › Residential units › Viewing tower 01 Offices 02 Viewing tower 03 Convention centre 04 Residential 05 Hotel extension 06 Malton Hotel 07 Mall below ground level 08 Mall entrance 09 Killarney Park Hotel
  • 17. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Rostov-on-Don 03 Rostov-on-Don, located on the River Don, The mixed use scheme will comprise: is one of the largest cities in the south of Russia. The city is a significant river port › Over 1 million sq ft retail and leisure and has always been of great commercial quarter and cultural importance. › 1,200 apartments 01 In recent years the city has experienced › 270,000 sq ft offices considerable economic growth and is being › 200 bedroom hotel and spa transformed into a modern, industrial and technology-rich hub and bustling business centre. HKR has been appointed by Mall Management to design a masterplan for a new urban quarter of over 2.5 million sq ft in the city of Rostov-on-Don. The project forms part of a ‘string of pearls’ which will link the city theatre with the River Don and a new pleasure cruise terminal on the river. 02 01 Site plan 02 'String of Pearls' 03 Aerial view
  • 18. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Number One Ballsbridge 02 The decision to grant planning permission The mixed use buildings, including retail, for Number One Ballsbridge will make leisure and cultural frontages, will line way for the €600 million development of the new Shelbourne Plaza, while the one of Dublin’s most prominent landmark new Pembroke Square will be positioned sites. centrally in the city block and will share frontages with adjacent buildings. On a 2.2 acre site, the 430,000 sq ft mixed use development, on behalf of A 15-storey residential tower, the base of developer Glenkerrin, will include 109 which will serve as the principal entrance apartments along with office and leisure into the residents’ concierge and internal spaces. orangary gardens, will overlook the new Pembroke Square. These new buildings will be centred around two new shopping plazas and two new shared pedestrian streets. 01 Sketch 02 View from Pembroke Road
  • 19. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL A key feature of this unique project is the horizontal approach taken to the design of the mixed use buildings. The residential units will be positioned on the top levels 01 of the development, enjoying maximum benefit of light levels and views which will be enhanced by the building’s planned crystal line façade which will include glass louvers to control sunlight. The office spaces will be stacked beneath, necessarily avoiding direct sunlight and the ground level will be given to retail, leisure and cultural spaces, invigorating and driving public activity to the area and improving the life of the district. 02 Number One Ballsbridge is expected to 03 set a new benchmark for residential and commercial development in the prestigious Dublin 4 area and the ambitious design will be one of the most exciting and innovative mixed use schemes in Dublin’s city centre. 01 View from Shelbourne Road 02 Sketch 03 View of Shelbourne Plaza
  • 20. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Adamstown District Centre 02 HKR Architects forms part of a group The scale of the District Centre to the 03 of six leading Irish architectural south and the residential environment practices commissioned by Castlethorn further north have been addressed and the Construction to undertake the placing of the differing accommodation development of the District Centre of reflects this. Consideration has also been Adamstown, a new town located 15 given to particular activities on the various minutes to the west of Dublin city centre, façades to enliven the surrounding plazas with a projected population of 30,000. and streetscapes. HKR’s prominent 1.3 acre site, to the north The carving of the block allows for east of the District Centre, will consist of a maximum penetration of light to all mixed use development of 200,000 sq ft, residential dwellings, respecting the need which will include a 50,000 sq ft anchor for privacy and observation of the street at retail unit and 113 apartments. all times. The scheme forms part of the edge to the Adamstown District Centre will set a new District Centre and the greater Adamstown benchmark for a mixed use residential and area and is envisaged in the masterplan commercial environment, incorporating all to form part of a brick ‘crust’ around the other social requirements. central public buildings. HKR’s design of the new buildings is highly sculptural and the development will be perceived as a solid brick volume that has been carved and punctured to reveal a lightweight, light-coloured inner shear 01 Detail façade structure. 02 Sketch 03 Mixed use development
  • 21. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Linate Airport Centre 02 The design proposal for the Linate Airport A segment of the oval-formed roof is cut Shopping Centre in Milan provides over away to create a great glazed opening, 500,000 sq ft of retail space over a 2 level with terraces on level 2 and panoramic development covered by a double curved vistas from the food court and fashion elliptical roof. There will be a footbridge boutiques. This opening creates generous leading directly to the airport. outdoor areas for the restaurants, bars and a crèche. The form of the building sunken into the ground is a creative response to the very The principal anchor tenant will utilise restrictive heights and massing allowed over 100,000 sq ft of space. The other so close to the airport. It is designed to accommodation includes a 2 level fashion provide landside shopping for the airport as emporium in the Central Cross Mall and a well as the general pubic. large variety of medium and smaller sized units. The style of the roof is reflected in the total plan of the building in which the Linate Throughout the Mall the retail units Centre is formed between outer and inner are interspersed with market stalls, a ellipses of retail. This innovative design performing space and chill-out areas. The creates an excellent flow pattern, visibility upper level comprises fashion boutiques, and variety of spaces. a food court, the broad expanse of the outside terraces, Multiplex cinemas and a health club. 01 Aerial of development 02 Retail plaza 03 View of oval roof 04 Detail of Centre 03 04
  • 22. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Timisoara 02 Timisora is the second largest city in The proposed project is over 2 million sq ft Romania. HKR has been working closely and incorporates a retail mall, hotel, office with the city authorities to develop and residential accommodation. the strategic potential of this area. Its location, on the periphery of the old In the public realm a new square will be town, makes it a key project in the formed with an underpass below the redevelopment of an industrial zone that existing railway line, and there will also sits just outside the railway line linking be a provision for a light rail station at the the city stations. heart of the scheme. The site has been carefully considered as a true retail-led urban rejuvenation project which will create new linkages between streets and develop an area which can become a multi-use living, working and leisure development. 01 Masterplan 03 View of shopping mall
  • 23. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 02 The proposed project is over 03 2 million sq ft and incorporates a retail mall, hotel, office and residential accommodation. 01 Ground floor plan 02 Aerial view 03 Streetscape view
  • 24. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 02 01 Dublin City Markets 03 A collaborative design team formed by HKR Architects, Make Architects and Gehl Architects has been selected to redesign and redevelop Dublin’s famous City Markets. Focusing on the redesign and revival of the site of the 19th century fruit, vegetable and fish markets near the Four Courts, north of Dublin’s River Liffey, the project is to be completed on behalf of the Markets Regeneration Consortium, and forms part of Dublin City Council’s Markets Area Draft Framework Plan. The brief is to develop a new gastronomic centre for Dublin with the redeveloped fish market site as the area’s focal point. The brief also includes the proposed regeneration of the Fruit and Vegetable Market building at the heart of the mixed use development. 02 01 View towards the Markets 02 Aerial sketch of scheme 03 Model of scheme
  • 25. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL In response to the brief, the strong working collaboration between HKR, Make and Gehl has produced a design which opens up the site and transforms it into a dynamic new urban focal point. Combining world-class architecture with the creation of a generous new public space, the proposals will revitalise the area with a rich mix of uses including retail and wholesale markets, residential and office accommodation, and food shops and restaurants. 02 03 01 Sketch of entrance 02 Aerial contextual 1 01 03 Aerial contextual 2
  • 26. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Friars Square 02 Friars Square, a shopping mall in Aylesbury, County Town of Buckinghamshire, was last refurbished in the early 1990s. At this time the main square was covered in with a curved steel and glass roof. Currently the square is filled with a number of small retail and catering units with mall seating. The new owners of Friars Square are Brookfield. They approached HKR to redesign the space so that it would be simplified with a new retail ‘pod’ which will allow for a mixture of double level shops suitable for major space users, plus the relocation of the existing mall kiosks. The overall objective is to provide a greatly increased leasable area. HKR has particularly expertise in identifying opportunities for new retail configurations in existing centres, even when they are already fully let. The redesign of Friars Square is a good example of this. The increased much- needed retail space will inject new life into an already strong retail centre. 01 Aerial view of the pod 02 Interior of proposed ‘Pod’
  • 27. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 Piccadilly Markets 02 Conceived as a series of urban lanterns, these translucent market stalls serve to illuminate the dark space of Piccadilly Gardens with their glowing cubic form. Hinged along a vertical spine, the cube folds open to reveal two internal planes that are erected to provide shelter from the elements. Internally the stalls provide a small amount of on-site storage reducing the volume of goods being brought to and from the stalls daily. Through reducing the time spent erecting the stall and by providing on-site storage, the stalls aim to reduce the work for the market vendor and make a positive contribution to the markets environment. 03 01 Evening view 02 View of markets on square 03 Aerial sketch
  • 28. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 01 01 Case Study - Unlocking Difficult Sites 02 02 Grand Arcade Cambridge is an example of how a commercially aware, design-led architectural practice was able to identify a site that others had been unable to bring to the market successfully. This success was achieved by understanding existing shopping patterns, latest retail demand for modern space and how to formulate a commercially viable proposition for a particular site. The identification of a suitable site started with a city-wide study of Cambridge for the local authority. It became a real project leading to a successful planning permission on a highly sensitive site, with completion in 2008. 01 Grand Arcade 02 New John Lewis store Project initiated by Retail Director, Jim Duffy as James Duffy Associates 03 New John Lewis store detail 03
  • 29. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL Despite the site being fully occupied by the Area identified by study for redevelopment main city centre car park, the magistrates court, the main department store, and an eight storey office block, Grand Arcade was made possible by understanding the 03 huge potential uplift in value achievable by creating a successful city centre shopping centre. Cambridge city centre had been studied for 20 years and, until this site discovery, no one had been able to unlock its true potential. The site was introduced to a developer, John Lewis department store and a pension fund. Full planning permission was successfully achieved, despite the fact that 01 the site was surrounded by Grade 1 listed college buildings. To facilitate initial development, John Lewis consented to move temporarily and a new store of over 200,000 sq ft was built for them. Today this is one of their most successful stores. The rest of the Centre, making up a further 300,000 sq ft, was opened in 2008. The ability to unlock difficult sites in city centres is one the specialism of the HKR Retail Team. 02 01 Existing plan 02 Proposed plan 03 Aerial view of part of Cambridge city centre study
  • 30. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL Interior Fitout
  • 31. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 02 01 O2 Retail Concept Store 02 HKR Interior has designed the new O2 Retail Concept Store. Three of the newly designed O2 stores are now in place and the interior design concept is to be rolled- out across Ireland’s sixty O2 retail outlets. This innovative concept store provides the customer with a total communication solution and a great place to shop, work, browse and engage. The design provides staff with the best possible tools to serve customer requirements in the form of an interactive display and demonstration space, point of sale consoles, an inviting sales counter, and consultation spaces that allow the customer to dwell and ultimately make the correct choice for their needs. 01 Shop front 02 View of interior
  • 32. HKR : RETAIL HKR : RETAIL 02 01 Blacktie Concept Store 01 02 The interior design for the Blacktie The waxed ebony timber finishes contrast Concept Store was developed with with the subtle tones and sensitive textures the client to ensure HKR’s unique of the fabric, wall and floor coverings and understanding of Blacktie’s core brand this in turn communicates a confidence offer, supported by the complementary and style expected of such a premier well established brand of Henry Jermyn. retail environment. Being a premier tailored shirt brand, Henry Jermyn brings with it a special The scale of the space is cleverly luxury that requires a particular style of augmented with the use of polished retail design. chrome and mirrors throughout, providing the customer with numerous opportunities The bright and exciting retail solution, to view not only the garments but also featuring a transparent glass staircase, themselves from as many best vantage presents the customer with a dynamic points as possible. retail experience where they have visibility through the mirror panelled stairwell to the decadent male grooming bar, additional product offerings, and lavish fitting rooms below. 01 View of staircase 02 Glass staircase on first floor
  • 33. Our Offices dublin belfast hkr architects hkr architects 5 Schoolhouse Lane, 9 - 13 Waring Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. Belfast BT1 2DW, Northern Ireland. T: +353 (0)1 663 6400 T: +44 (0)28 9082 0900 F: +353 (0)1 663 6401 F: +44 (0)28 9082 0901 E: dublin@hkrarchitects.com E: belfast@hkrarchitects.com london prague hkr architects hkr prague s.r.o. Studio 7, Wootton Street, Myslbek, Na Pr íkope 19, ˇ ˇ London SE1 8TG, UK. 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic. T: +44 (0)20 7902 2770 T: +420 234 718 600 F: +44 (0)20 7902 2771 F: +420 234 718 699 E: london@hkrarchitects.com E: prague@hkrarchitects.com manchester bucharest hkr architects hkr architects romania s.r.l. The Pinnacle, 73 King Street, Strada Povernei 15-17, Floor 5, Ap 9, Manchester M2 4NG, UK. Bucharest 1, Romania. T: +44 (0)161 830 1850 T: +40 (0)21 313 1353 F: +44 (0)161 839 3056 F: +40 (0)21 313 1354 E: manchester@hkrarchitects.com E: bucharest@hkrarchitects.com WWW.HKRARCHITECTS.COM
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