Prishtina is placed in the north-east part of Kosovo – it is the biggest city as well as the capital of the country. The origins of Prishtina date back to the 13th century. Today it plays the role of the cultural, political and economic centre of Kosovo. Retail also develops in here. This is where Albi Mall is located – the biggest shopping mall in Kosovo. It covers an area of 100 000 square metres and, with more than 130 shops, offers a wide range of apparel for all budgets: from Office, Lindex, Vero Moda, s. Oliver, Zara, Massimo Dutti, to Liu Jo, Pierre Cardin, Cacharel and Armani Exchange.
The monobrand shop with worldwide famous jeans that our company prepared can be found on the first floor. It is 102 square metres big and was produced according to the brand’s current design concept. The shop offers men and women clothing collection by this legendary producer.
The Ergo Store team was responsible for the production of furniture and supervising. The materials used for the furniture production include those that the Levi’s customers are well familiar with: wood, plywood, steel and glass. Significantly, the Levi’s stores must meet the standards of ecology and sustainable development. The same rules apply to the materials used during the production process – ecological certification is a necessity.
For those who plan to visit Prishtina, we can tell that Albi Mall is located in the Veternik district, in the southern part of the city. It is open every day, from 9 AM until 10.30 PM.
Today, Levi’s has approximately 300 stores in over 110 countries around the world. The legendary brand is a regular customer of Ergo Store for whom we have produced stores in countries such as: Germany, Denmark, Holland, Spain, Italy, the Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Ukraine, Georgia, Croatia, Serbia, Greece, Albania and Poland. Our cooperation included production of monobrand stores, shop-in-shops as well as premium shops, like the biggest Levi’s store in Central and Eastern Europe based in Prague. Last year, we built a store for Levi’s in Prague in the Arkady Pankrac shopping mall. One of this year’s projects are new stores prepared in Belgium and France.
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