Väike-Järve first opened its doors to customers and tenants in March 2020. Väike-Järve is a modern business centre, the successful functioning of which is supported by the symbiosis of the retail and office spaces as well as the logistically sound location. We are located in Järve on the border of the districts of Nõmme and Kristiine, by one of the busiest roads that is used by approximately 66,000 vehicles per day.
Three floors of the centre are dedicated to retail and service spaces, the offices have an additional six-storey wing. There are a total of 350 parking spaces on three levels of the building. On the 6,000 m2 ground floor of Väike-Järve, there is a hardware and interior design store Ehituse ABC and a store/bakery/restaurant Taluturg that sells farm fresh products and has wonderful lunch specials.
On the second floor, we are first greeted by a car park with 100 spaces. The clients of Plaadipunkt, Tavid Valuutavahetus, Harmtex, Uksekaubamaja and Viking Windows can all park right in front of the store doors.
On the third floor is MyFitness: the 3,000 m2 training space includes a gym, training studios and a boxing club.
The newest and most unique centre of Pärnu maantee has been designed with the consumption habits of modern people in mind, thus it encompasses offices, retail and services. The architectural plan was designed by Arhitektibüroo Peil which was brought to life by Merko Ehitus.
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The interior design concept for the Väike-Järve Centre was to create a modern shopping environment that is lively and playful, yet at the same time simple and open.
The dominating stripey pattern in the retail and general spaces is a perfect example to illustrate the saying that there is beauty in simplicity.
The element of stripes made from a variety of materials is used in various parts of the room, the floor, ceiling and walls, in different scales, the whole design of which has been skilfully created by Ruumikujundus Stuudio and the design agency Velvet.
Väike-Järve Centre follows the same logic – there are a number of experts in their field offering interior design solutions, and in cooperation with them, we can realise all our wishes into a cohesive whole.
Concrete, wood and calcium silicate bricks are the primary materials used in the interior. In contrast to the simple materials, the chosen colours are petrol blue and pastel pink – colours you do not often see in a shopping environment.
The interior designers are Helen Sarapuu and Laura Lindt from the company Ruumikujundus Stuudio OÜ.