Set in the foothills of the Andes, Dalvian Mendoza is a landmark mixed-use development, designed around a central park featuring native planting and a large lagoon. Incorporating 62,500m² of retail space, 20,000m² of offices plus leisure, health, sporting and community facilities, the scheme utilises its privileged location, offering views both over the city and towards the mountains. It is well located close to the international airport and enjoys direct access to the city centre.
At the western edge of the lake an ambitious food and leisure offer takes full advantage of the natural landscape, with stunning views to the city and beyond. A curved, double-height boulevard links and unifies the different uses creating a strong overall concept for one of the first shopping centres of its kind in Argentina.
Location: Mendoza, Argentina
Size: 62,500m² GLA, 20,000m² office space
Skills: Architecture, Landscape Architecture