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***Belas Shopping in Luanda Sul***
Luanda´s First modern post-war shopping centre:cheers:
Currently has 150 stores (after second expansion)
Expected to add 100 additional stores in the next phase of expansion
Status: completed

***Luanda Shopping in Luanda***

Will have more than 250 stores
Said to have many designer fashion labels
Status: u/c


***Fortaleza Shopping Centre in Luanda***
Will have more than 100 stores
Status: u/c







 

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amazing architecture









Name: Complexo Multifuncional
City/Country: Luanda/Angola
Use: Multipurpose (office, luxury shopping mall, cinema, health club, disco and appartements)
Architect: Francisco Milheiriço Fontes (Form Arquitectos - Lisbon)
Status: Proposed
 

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Name: Campo de Paz
Use: Mixed Use (office, shopping mall, academy/education)
Size: 1.200.000m2
Developer: OPCA (Portugal)
Architecture OPR
Carlos Infantes, Daniel De Reparaz, Iranzu Santamaría, Janine Woitoschek, Samuel Martín, David Dominguez, Elisa Benítez, Nadine Pinkett, Rainer Grant
Status: Proposed/Approved

Still my favourite project in Angola:cheers:
 

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I don´t want to open a new thread but I just wanted to show to non-Angolans visiting this forum that the mall concept is nothing new to Angola. I found this pictures.

Here is s shopping centre taken in the early 1970´s...certainly one of the first shopping malls in Africa at that early time. (at least in this size)


 

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I don´t want to open a new thread but I just wanted to show to non-Angolans visiting this forum that the mall concept is nothing new to Angola. I found this pictures.

Here is s shopping centre taken in the early 1970´s...certainly one of the first shopping malls in Africa at that early time. (at least in this size)


Has this mall been damaged during the war?

I'm just curious.
 

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No, no, diz você! Pergunte ao patrão.
Sem dúvida esta foto faz-me lembrar os gloriosos tempos em que Angola era um país desenvolvido e próspero e talvez ainda mais justo que agora. Contudo, com o fim da guerra, estes novos investimentos vão tornar a "pérola de África" aquilo que foi em tempos.
 

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...Gwo Loo Waan... Angola will be far better than it was in the colonial times, if we keep going the way we are right now.
 

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^^ Não entendi esse teu comentário... Eu nunca vi o Jumbo danificado, obviamente que sofreu remodelação, mas não me lembro de este ter sido danificado aquando da guerra civil.
Nem eu, acho que ele deve pensar que por causa da guerra, o país foi destruído na totalidade. O jumbo, resistiu mesmo os tempos mais críticos, nem as lojas francas o tiraram o lugar. Hoje talvez com estas mais modernas as coisas tenham mudado
 

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Nem eu, acho que ele deve pensar que por causa da guerra, o país foi destruído na totalidade. O jumbo, resistiu mesmo os tempos mais críticos, nem as lojas francas o tiraram o lugar. Hoje talvez com estas mais modernas as coisas tenham mudado
Em luanda pouca coisa foi destruida com a guerra vendo bem em Luanda nem houve guerra mesmo, foram apenas dois dias de confrontos, violentos sim, como em qualquer guerra civil, mas nada comparado a cidades como Huambo e Bié
 

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Evanoff, but there was a huge neglect of buildings due to the war situation!
Yes, as in everything in life, if the heart is not working properly, the remaining organs also suffer the consequences. The war affected us in all ways, at least it was the reason by then to excuse us for failing on our duties.
 
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