Grozny Mall is the 1st Shopping mall in Chechnya and a part of new urban complex with the skyscraper of the Akhmat Tower. It will propose a new level of service and lifestyle for this rapidly developing region of Northern Caucasus. The main brand vision of mall is: the only one in Chechnya, the value, the jewel, the pride, the shinning.
Our idea was to keep the interior light and transparent and bring up an Islamic identity connected with local tradition. And once we started the project we have made a research of the Near Eastern and local ornaments and traditions. We suggested light, cosy and modern interior with Islamic ambience in details.
The concept of the whole building was made by Chapman Taylor. Blank Architects have developed stage P and interior design. We’ve designed unique iconic elements of the Mall and have therefore ultra wow effect and ultra relaxing effect to diversify atmosphere and reception.
BIM — Creation of an architectural model of a shopping center by experts on the basis of proven BIM technology
Creation of an architectural model of a shopping center by experts on the basis of proven BIM technology, coordination of engineers and their models, issuing assignments to engineers. As a result, the finished assembly of the information model of the object for the customer. With preservation of all attributive information and properties of model elements.
Using BIM's consistent work processes based on the company's internal standards, the team of architects led the model from concept development to design documentation. The specialists carried out a full analysis of the operational characteristics and visualization of the object.
After coordinating the architects, the constructors moved from concept development to performance analysis, documentation and detailing of building structures.
Design of electrical, plumbing, heating and ventilation systems. System engineers, using tools for conceptual design, performance analysis, and detailed coordination of engineering systems engineering, built equipment models.