International architecture practice, 10 Design (part of Egis group), welcomes shoppers to the 117,000sqm designed mall that sits on the edge of Jinsha Lake in Zhuhai, China.  Jinwan Mall is 10 Design’s second project to complete on Huafa’s Jinwan Aviation City, along with the recently built Industrial Service Centre and soon to be completed International Business Centre.

Name:  Jinwan Mall
Location: Zhuhai, China
Client: Huafa Group
Scope by 10 Design:  Façade Design
Type: Retail
Site Area: 58,483sqm
GFA: 117,000sqm
Status: Built 2021
Consultants: Zhuhai Huafa Architectural Design Consulting as Local Architect, MEP and Structural Engineer; Benoy as Retail Constultant and Interior Designer
Photography Credits:Photos taken by 10 Design and Photographer Zhang Chao
Other Credits:Visualisations by Frontop

10 Design Team

Design Partner | Ted Givens, Scott Findley
Project Partner | Miriam Auyeung (COO)
Project Leader | Sonja Stoffels
Architecture | Joyce Lo, Vincent Fung, Yan Liu, Lufei Li, Wang Yang, Ruizhao Zhang, Echo Zhong

CGI | Yasser Salomon, Laura Simonsen

Consultants

10 Design – Lead Design Architect
Zhuhai Huafa Architectural Design Consulting – Local Architect, MEP and Structural Engineer
Benoy – Retail Consultant, Interior Designer

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©Photos taken by 10 Design and Photographer Zhang Chao

Jointly led by Design Partners Ted Givens and Scott Findley together with Project Partner Miriam Auyeung (COO), the retail scheme envisions the integration of a traditional courtyard garden with hypermodern space. The development weaves together the main mall, retail street and the waterside pavilions consisting of F&B and retail spaces, with ample outdoor spaces opening onto the lake. The retail street and the mall are tied together with the glass canopy spine that allows for weather-proof connectivity and use of the amenities. The façade which takes the form of Chinese stacked stone walls wraps around the scheme, coming alive with its rhombi shapes inspired by the 4th-dimensional hypercube. It plays with the gradient by a mixture of dark and light panels to break up the massing, as well as the lighting features acting upon perforated panels at night.

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©Photos taken by 10 Design and Photographer Zhang Chao

Design Partner Ted Givens commented:

“Our design for Jinwan Mall transforms the regular shopping mall into an outdoor retail experience closely linked to nature, creating a new paradigm of how people experience retail spaces and bringing a new destination to Zhuhai’s Jinwan District”.

The urban frontage of the development along the roads creates an insulated appearance in contrast to the open, pedestrianised lakefront side of the mall. The perimetral wall facing the main streets is solid to prevent noise, except for two subtle openings acting as main entrances and glass fissures that allow dramatic views into the mall. The inner wall opens toward the lake and waterfront gardens via glass façades along with cascading down staircases and green terraces, blurring the line between the retail space and nature.

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©Photos taken by 10 Design and Photographer Zhang Chao

The circulation is made effortless like a meandering stroll through the garden, starting from the entrances to the mall’s atrium, retail street and opening up to the garden and lake, by multiple pathways and interwoven spaces. The development’s unique retail planning involving features such as the courtyard fountain and flexible waterfront space for pop-up shops and performance stages encourages gathering and lingering by visitors to the area.

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©Photos taken by 10 Design and Photographer Zhang Chao

Project Partner Miriam Auyeung (COO) commented: “The Jinwan Mall development has been designed to maximise the nature and outdoor lifestyle of Zhuhai whilst tying it to the hypermodern concepts of discovery and exploration. This new retail destination will provide the city with a public landmark that is inviting and accessible for all.”


About 10 Design

10 Design, part of Egis group, is an international architecture and master planning practice with offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Edinburgh, Dubai, Miami, London, Shenzhen, and Singapore.

Founded in 2010, the practice has designed and delivered work in 60 cities across Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Americas. 10 Design has won over 80 international awards and major design competitions.

10 Design works at diverse scales, from the design of individual buildings to the planning of cities. The practice focuses on bringing innovative design solutions for multicultural projects, with economic and social integrity. Its works include large-scale mixed use development, retail, office, residential, hospitality, transport, education, cultural, and civic projects.

The practice’s parent company Egis is an international group, headquartered in Europe, offering consulting, engineering, and operations services in the construction and mobility services sectors. With a worldwide reputation for excellence and sustainability, Egis and 10 Design together provide a comprehensive service that encompasses building engineering and architectural design.

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