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Anna Pakulniewicz 31 January 2018

Anna Pakulniewicz


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Ania covers the Baltic states’ real estate markets, architecture and urban planning in Warsaw as well as interior design. She is also the co-founder of Eurobuild TV. Among others, she has been employed by TVN CNBC, PAP Insider, WBJ (The Observer), Poland Monthly and IMM. She graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics, majoring in international relations. She has also completed postgraduate studies in macroeconomic analysis. In addition to this, she studied Lithuanian philology

Galeria Młociny goes to Broadway
Developer Echo Investment is planning to open the mall in the spring of 2019
POLAND International studio Broadway Malyan has won the competition to design the restaurant and entertainment area in the Galeria Młociny mall.

Developer Echo Investment is planning to open the mall in the spring of 2019. “We’re creating an area with natural appeal that you will want to visit and spend your time in. Galeria Młociny will be a place to do many things such as meet family and friends, enjoy new tastes and culinary experiences. It will also be a place to hold interesting cultural and artistic events as well as for sports and outdoor activities. Broadway Malyan’s winning design will add a certain quality to the area and will improve the way it is perceived. The space will fully utilise the potential of the location, which has some of the best transport links in the capital and is used by over 24 mln passengers per year,” says Szymon Mińczuk, the regional leasing director at Echo Investment, responsible for Galeria Młociny. The competition was to find a coherent architectural concept for the food and entertainment court, that would make use of the green roof area and would include space where events could be organised throughout the year. JLL helped in the organisation of the competition analysing the area for the number and type of tenants.. “In the changing real estate world it is difficult to find universal tools. We live in an era of testing out various ideas and creating new concepts. This is also true of catering and entertainment in retail centres. It is time to replace traditional approaches with the designing of experiences and presence, based on a better understanding of people and their habits as well as the communities they live in, their aspirations and the ways they enjoy spending their time,” says Ian Hanlon an associate director in JLL. “The food court concept we put forward for Galeria Młociny is a design for a place with character, that you will want to come back to. We tried to replicate the atmosphere of a meal eaten outdoors among greenery,” comments Robert Kamiński from Broadway Malyan. “It will be a place where nature and the city meet in harmony,” he adds. The restaurant tables will be in unique wooden capsules suspended from the roof. Another area is to resemble a street with food stalls in a calm cosy space surrounded by plants and with friendly lighting. The designers have not forgotten about office staff who might use the area for business meetings as well as after work,” says Szymon Mińczuk. The Dqchy na Bielanach area on the roof will include a garden and a terrace. Moreover, numerous attractions have been planned –including squares and play areas, vegetable gardens, picnic areas and cafés.

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