The St Enoch Centre, the biggest shopping centre in Glasgow, is re-opening this week after an £18m refurbishment.
Hill Meyer Allen, the Barnsley-based design group has redesigned interiors and the identity. A Store Guide magazine, which will be distributed in the shopping centre to mark its 10th birthday this week has also been created.
The centre will now feature the largest food court in Scotland, new-look mall finishes and retailers such as TK MAXX, Cuba, Toy Stack, Babe and Irish sandwich bar O’Briens. These will complement existing retailers including Boots, Bhs and The Body Shop. It also sees the launch of furniture store Spoils.
St Enoch originally opened in 1989 and has since attracted 20 million visitors per year. No major retail formats are being launched, says Nick Boocock, creative head of Hill Meyer Allen.