Passengers entering the T1 departure transit hall are immediately greeted by the magnificence of the three luxury boutiques amid the oasis of peace.
With such meticulous planning of the space, it came as no surprise that the designs of these outlets blended in seamlessly with the architecture of T1 central piazza. For example, Louis Vuitton's store introduced a new and fresh architectural concept that is unique to the space. The large see-through facade allows more visibility and exterior light into the store, and its design comprising horizontal wavy blades in fiber glass painted with a white dichroic color, imbues a subtle and sophisticated effect. A long ribbon of LED light further animates the facade, giving the entrance the dramatic effect of a drape that is slowly being drawn up.
The revamp of T1 central piazza, completed last year, is just one of the examples of how CAG is committed to helping tenants grow their businesses. By providing a space that is both beautiful and functional, tenants are able to create an experience that goes beyond just shopping.
Close collaboration with tenants a win-win for all
Such a collaborative approach has definitely benefitted tenants and in turn, passengers, with Lotte confirming the strong support that CAG has provided since it took over the liquor and tobacco concession in June 2020.
“The partnership between Lotte and CAG has resulted in a synergetic collaboration that we greatly appreciate and value. Our focus moving forward is on enhancing the customer experience in our stores, and we are confident in our strategy to achieve this. We have implemented various new innovations and digitalisation initiatives that align with CAG's vision, and we are optimistic that our business will reach new heights. We look forward to maintaining this momentum with CAG for the ultimate value proposition that meets our shared business goal,” said Jeff Jeong, Chief Executive Officer, Lotte Travel Retail Singapore.