The 2011 MAPIC Awards nominees are announced!

For more than 15 years, the MAPIC Awards have recognised excellence, innovation and creativity in the world’s top retail design projects.

Nominations for the 2011 MAPIC Awards are divided into four categories:

Best new retail concept

Asics Amsterdam Flagship

The Netherlands

Submitted by Wests Design Consultants on behalf of Asics



Submitted by Gill Capital (Singapore) Pte, Ltd



Submitted by Moustaches

Best new retail development


Bratislava, Slovakia

Submitted by Ballymore Eurovea, a.s.

Le Millénaire

Aubervilliers, France

Submitted by Icade and Klépierre (SCI Bassin Nord)


Béziers, France

Submitted by Socri Gestion

Shopping centre Vleuterweide

Utrecht, The Netherlands

Submitted by Vastgoed and ASR Vastgoed Ontwikkeling

Best refurbished or enlarged retail development

Galeria Echo

Kielce, Poland

Submitted by Echo Investment SA

Milano City Center – Commercial Requalification – Corso Vittorio Emanuele 24-28

Milan, Italy

Submitted by Rustioni & Partners S.R.L.

Zweibrücken The Style Outlets

Zweibrücken, Germany

Submitted by NEINVER Asset Management Deutschland GmbH

Best Retail Expansion



Submitted by Aldo Group



Submitted by Desigual

Hunkemöller International BV

The Netherlands

Submitted by Hunkemöller International BV

Best Retailer in City Centre

Abercrombie & Fitch

United States

Carrefour City


This year’s awards bring a new twist—for the first time ever, MAPIC delegates’ votes carry the same weight as those of the high-profile international jury.

How it works

At MAPIC 2011 in Cannes, France (November 16-18), delegates and jury members will vote on their top selections. Votes are weighted equally between jury members and delegates, with the winners announced at the conference. The awards ceremony will take place in the Palais des Festivals at 18.30 on Thursday, November 17.

Jury members will also vote on a Personality of the Year and award a Special Jury Prize.

A winner’s opinion

A MAPIC Award is a major feather in the cap for any entrant, says Justin Tripp, Vice President of Lego Retail Stores and winner of Best New Retail Concept in 2010.

“Winning the award meant that I had to field a lot of calls from landlords and brokers who were interested in getting us into their properties. There were other benefits in terms of industry recognition and opportunities to develop our network not only for real estate, but also in terms of construction and design,” he says.

Meet the jury

Chaired by John Strachan, Global Head of Retail, Cushman & Wakefield LLP (UK), the jury met at the end of September to select nominees.

This expert panel is composed of well-known personalities from the retail real estate sector and the trade media:

Alain Boutigny, Editor-in-Chief, Sites Commerciaux (France)

Pierre Francis, Executive Director, AMCV – TOCEMA (Belgium)

Yann Guen, Vice-President, Mayland Real Estate (Poland)

Frédéric Laloum, Directeur Général Adjoint / Membre du Directoire, Altarea (France)

Klaus Striebich, Managing Director Leasing, ECE Projektmanagement (Germany)

Stefano Stroppiana, Retail Real Estate Developer, Stefano Stroppiana (Italy)

Andrew Watson, International Director and Head of Core Funds Continental Europe, LaSalle Investment Management (France)

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