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The 24th annual MAPIC Awards winners announced

The winners of the 2019 MAPIC Awards were revealed at the 24th annual MAPIC Awards ceremony.

Organised by Reed MIDEM, MAPIC – the International Retail Property Market – was held in Cannes from 13 to 15 November.

Honouring the very best of the retail industry, the 24rd edition of the MAPIC Awards celebrated the most outstanding retailers and retail real estate projects during a glitty gala dinner held on November 14, 2019, in Cannes , attended by 300 of the most influential professionals of the retail industry.

The winners were selected this year in Cannes combining delegates’ votes on-site (30%) and the jury’s own votes (70%).

The winners of the MAPIC Awards 2019 are:

BEST F&B CONCEPT

Boxpark Wembley
UK

BEST RETAIL GLOBAL EXPANSION

Niu Flagship Italia
Italy

BEST RETAIL CONCEPT

Nous épiceries anti-gaspi
France

BEST STORE DESIGN

Microsoft
London, UK
Submitted by: Gensler

BEST LEISURE CONCEPT

Arkose
France

BEST RETAIL INNOVATION

Wishibam For Business
France

BEST SHOPPING CENTRE

ICONSIAM
Bangkok, Thailand
Architect: Benoy and Urban Architect
Developer: Siam Piwat

BEST OUTLET CENTRE

Torino Outlet Village
Turin, Italy
Architect: Claudio Silvestrin
Developer: Arcus Real Estate

BEST RETAIL CITY CENTRE REGENERATION

City Plaza
Wuppertal, Germany
Architect: Chapman Taylor
Developer: Signature Capital

BEST FUTURA SHOPPING CENTRE

Val Saint Lambert Free Time Park
Seraing, Belgium
Architect: Christian Sauvage (retail), Minale Design Strategy (Design), Chapman Taylor (leisure), Altiplan (offices)
Developer: Immobilière du Val Saint Lambert

RETAILER OF THE YEAR

Tommy Hilfiger
The Netherlands

SPECIAL JURY AWARD

Jewel Changi Airport
Architect: Safdie Architects
Developer: Jewel Changi Airport Trustee Pte Ltd, a joint venture by Changi Airport Group & CapitaLand

INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT

Chantal Zimmer
Déléguée Générale
Fédération Française de la Franchise


The MAPIC Awards jury was composed of influential personalities from the sector:


Mayte LEGEAY, Senior Asset Manager Europe, Resolution Property (UK)
Alain BOUTIGNY, Editor-in-chief, Sites Commerciaux (France)
Edoardo FAVRO, CEO, RES Srl – Real Estate Strategist (Italy)
Steffen FRIEDLEIN, Managing Director Leasing, ECE Projektmanagement (Germany)
Ana GUEDES DE OLIVEIRA, Executive Director Developments, Sonae Sierra (Portugal)
Isabelle HERVOUET, Group Director of Digital, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (France)
Barry HUGHES, Design Director, Benoy (USA)
Anders LILJENSTOLPE, Managing Director Russia & CIS, JLL (Russia)
Charles READ, Managing Director, Blooloop (UK)
Stefan SJÖSTRAND, Global Commercial & Digital Manager, Ingka Centres (Sweden)
Fabien STUTZ, Senior Director Real Estate & Store Construction EMEA, Nike (The Netherlands)
Wilson TAN, Chief Retail Innovation Officer, CapitaLand Group (Singapore)
Justin TAYLOR, Co-Founder, P-Three (UK)


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