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Emporium Melbourne Architecture

Emporium Melbourne

Emporium Melbourne

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When you enter the reimagined world that is Emporium Melbourne, you will feel like you have stumbled upon something truly unique. World class in every way, innately Melbourne in the finer details, a sublime fusion of design, food and fashion flowing through the architectural veins. With faceted gold ceiling panels and travertine flooring, Emporium Melbourne has been recognised by Architectural Digest as one of the most beautifully designed malls in the world, in one of the world’s most liveable cities. 

Firmly establishing itself as the City’s preeminent shopping destination, Emporium Melbourne is home to one of the largest collections of International and Australian designers under one roof including Mulberry, Furla, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, and George Jensen. You can scope out contemporary fashion from homegrown icons Zimmerman and Dion Lee, plus all the latest looks from perennial favourites including Scanlan & Theodore and Camilla. For sharp suiting and shirts you’ll find menswear brands MJ Bale and Calibre. 

There are lots of little surprises hidden within its eight floors and impressive 45,000 square metres of retail space. Every angle is visually stimulating from the mesmerizing design to the world’s leading brands showcasing their luxury flagship stores in standout style.

Be prepared for a sensory explosion with their food offering that redefines the very notion of shopping sustenance. The aromas and visual delights from a spectacular cafe court is set against the backdrop of soaring ceilings reminicent of Melbourne’s uber cool lane way eateries. Make your way to level four where you’ll find iconic restaurants Tetsujin and Din Tai Fung, the latter previously anointed by the New York Times as one of its Top 10 Restaurants in the World, or for a quintessentially Melbourne foodie experience visit Calia on level three.  

A divine juxtaposition of gallery gloss and matt Melbourne black, Emporium Melbourne is a must see experience when visiting Melbourne.