The Klif Shopping Centre was founded in Gdynia in 1996 as one of the first facilities of this type in Poland. It has been a part of the commercial panorama of the Tricity for 18 years, continuously improving its product range and increasing the level of its quality. All visitors to the Klif Shopping Centre can enjoy making their purchases in its relaxing atmosphere. September 2013 saw the completion of the modernisation of a part of the Centre, its colors and decorative elements being reminiscent of the sea, with a predominance of pearl-themed motifs. The Klif Shopping Centre in Gdynia is perceived as a token of good style and a source of inspiration and information about the latest trends in the world of fashion. It offers a wide selection of Polish and foreign brands to its visitors.
Key tenants: Calzedonia, Calvin Klein Jeans, Benetton, Badura, Adidas, Gerry Weber, H&M, Liu Jo, Mohito, Marks&Spencer, Quiksilver.
Cafes, restaurants: Coffeeheaven, Como Ristorante, Grycan, Le Grand Buffet, Lili’s Coffee Cake Friends, McDonald’s, Nice Ice, So!Coffee.
It is located along the main road between Sopot and Gdynia, at a 1-minute walk from the Gdynia-Orłowo train station.
The designers created a bright, light and modern public space, constituting a perfect setting for prestigious tenants. A a strong emphasis was put on matching the color scheme for the theme, the highest quality materials and professionally designed lighting of the newly arranged space. All those aspects used by the architects in Klif serve one goal: to make clients feel comfortable and provide them with a friendly atmosphere to do shopping and spend time.
The design is abundant in references to the form and colors of pearls and soft shapes of shells. It is especially visible in the central square where a sculpture-fountain is going to be constructed. The fountain, together with stairs and a scene create impressive light effects, backlit drops of water and mild spatial forms. Clients could have a rest here, listen to music and take part in events organized in the mall. Great attention was paid to the design of ceilings and floors. Their shape and form were designed to provide the smooth transition of public passages.