Barcelona, February 20, 2020 – Mango has refurbished and expanded its impressive shop in downtown Amsterdam’s shopping centre Magna Plaza, a building dating from 1895. The store, which now covers 650m2, is double its previous size, and following the success of this brand in the city, the MAN collection has been added to the brand’s offer.
The store has been meticulously refurbished with the latest architectural and interior design concepts, whose function is to create an open and dynamic space to truly enhance the shopping experience. This new shop offers our customers a range of high-quality, well-designed garments for both women and men.
The Magna Plaza building in the centre of Amsterdam is packed with history. Designed by architect Cornelis Hendrik Peters, and built at the end of the 19th century in the Neo-Gothic style, it was inaugurated as the city’s main post office. In 1974, the building was added to the list of Amsterdam’s most notable landmarks, and in 1992 it was turned into the shopping centre it is today. This building’s wealth of history and striking architecture endow its shops with a unique mix of century-old elements combined with a modern style, making them singular spaces.
Mango, which first opened in the Netherlands in 1997, today has a total of 41 stores across the country, in cities such as Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Maastricht, Breda and Hilversum. In addition, the brand has 8 megastores in Holland. This new shop offers both men’s and women’s lines in a beautifully designed space that is also contemporary.