T1 Mall of Tallinn is a new-generation shopping and entertainment centre and the newest and biggest regional shopping centre project in Tallinn. The centre is located at a major crossroads of Estonia’s largest cities, at an intersection of public transport and arterial routes, air, tram and train connections.
The centre’s parking areas have capacity for close to 1,500 cars – besides an underground parking garage, the centre also has multiple parking levels above ground. The highest priority for development and construction in the centre was sustainability of the environment – the emphasis lies on natural lighting, low-energy-use systems and architectural integration. The shopping and entertainment centre has 52,000 m² of space to let on four levels – three floors of shopping with more than 200 shops and an entertainment level never seen before. The latter’s 11,500 m² of space features retaurants, a multiplex, trampoline centre, an autodrome, adventure park, children’s birthday party venues and a cafe with a Lottemaa (children’s book characters). The roof of the mall will feature the T1 ferris wheel, at 120 m the highest in northern and Eastern Europe with the finest views of the capital city.
Design management by using an integrated BIM model. In addition, building information modelling was used for calculating construction quantities, arranging procurements and planning work.
- AS Tallinna Moekombinaat
- Name of the project:
- Shopping Centre T1 Mall of Tallinn
- Type of construction:
- Retail and entertainment centres
- Description of work:
- New building
- Peterburi road 2, Tallinn
- Beginning of the project:
- Year of completion: