Located in Tokyo’s Machida section, Grandberry Park is a mixed-use lifestyle center set on the city’s Tokyu Denen-tonshi train line. A key element of the design is a new arrival sequence that upgraded the existing train station, organically melding it with the design language of a premier retail destination. Visitors arriving by train exit to tiered gardens and waterfall before ascending a grand stair to a multi-level shopping scene complete with grocery market, retail stores and cinema. In addition to premier retail shops and food and beverage offerings, the landscape plan opens to integrated programming inclusive of a library, official Snoopy museum, multiple children’s playgrounds, forest garden, sports fields and great lawn. This premier mixed-use destination is expected to attract 14 million visitors per year.
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Master Plan, Architectural Design and Landscape Design