The first one includes a mall and a cineplex only. The second - expanded to a mall, cineplex, a hotel and office space. In connection with the existing building of Delta Holdings to the South.
The shopping complex functions seamlessly during business and after hours. Passage gates provide the necessary security of partial pedestrian and full vehicular parking approach. New on-site parking is provided in an 825 car underground garage. Easily approachable and controllable from the adjoining streets, it will provide ample parking accommodations. If deemed necessary by local traffic consultant and the owner’s budget, it is commonly possible to ad one story parking structure at ground level in the east part of the lot and slope the shopping plaza above it, which will nearly double the current space count. The overall material scheme is quite natural; a combination of glass, wood and steel trowel polymer plaster, along with anodized aluminum cladding and canopies. The glass curtain wall naturally blends with the surroundings, while the exterior treated wood in the louvers and sculptural roof canopies bring another, softer dimension to the whole ambience. Harmony based on counterpoint – calm horizontals and intensive spatial planes; the crispness of glass and aluminum and warmth of wood – all that elevates the design of the new TCB to the level of a higher experience for both visitors and Owner. The façade treatment combines the above-mentioned materials and methods along with basics of passive solar principles in architecture. The double skin of the building promotes ventilation, cuts heat gain during the summer, and reduces heat exchange in wintertime. The secondary wood roof canopy structure is actually a screening device, which enhances greatly the 5th façade of the building, shelters all HVAC roof units and crates an unique dynamic environment along with additional heat screening, which we believe will be the trademark of the new complex.