24
Jun

postedbyYousef

Just got this via email from Bechara:

The design incorporates high end indoor entertainment facilities that are expected to raise the volume of visitors by at least half a million visitors per year.
It will be divided into 3 major zones: INFUNITY, THE BOWL ROOM and THE FREEZE CLUB.

THE BOWL ROOM
“The Bowl Room”, with an area of 2 576 m², is offering 20 high-tech bowling alleys along with a VIP section bowling alley to accommodate guests’ special needs.

THE FREEZE CLUB
“The Freeze Club”, with an area of 1 500 m², is targeting the teenagers’ generation with a range of entertainment offers that have been tailored to suit their taste with electronic games, soccer network games, internet area and many more.

INFUNITY ZONE
“Infunity”, with an area of 5 000 m², is specialized for the family. It includes a series of unparalleled trend-setting rides, ranging from a Roller Coaster, Disko, Top Dancer and indoor go cart. As well as offering skill redemption games, driving, shooting simulators, wall climbing, performance stage, foam factory and many more. We will also have events and birthday party facilities available.

Thanks Bechara

 

This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 24th, 2009 at 8:17 pm

9 Responses to “360° Mall: The Bowl Room”

  1. Marzouq says:

    Its supposed to open today so I’m looking forward to the opening and checking out the mall!

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  2. Rasha says:

    The opening of the mall has been postponed to the 5th of July. These photos are related to the Bowl Room, one of the zones of the biggest indoor entertainment center in Kuwait, which is located on the 2nd level of the 360 Mall. Wait to see pictures of the other zones, which are Infunity & The freeze Club

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  3. Kal says:

    wOw! looks amazing..!

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  4. B says:

    Very Nice!!

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  5. Q80 BOY says:

    ooh cool … cant wait for the opening !!

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  6. Bin 36 36 says:

    Did any body went there yet ?

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  7. Embrace Embraer says:

    I pray to God they don’t spoil it by enforcing strict segregation. Although it would be fun having a Ladies or Families night only on Sunday evening or somesuch.

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  8. Matt says:

    Wow – really really cool! I can’t wait to see it live.

    I found out its a Danish interior designer called Claus Boman who did the initial design of The Bowl Room – even the name and concept he came up with while working for some small Bangkok design office in Thailand. The managers of the design company steered into some financial problems and laid off half the office including Claus, so he wasn’t there for the final detailing and implementation. However even without his final touch, it seem to come out very promising!

    Apparently he did a very cool bowling alley in Bangkok as well for SF Strike Bowl.

    Looking forward to see more from this guy – as I’m told he designed houses, corporate offices and loads of shopping malls throughout Asia as well.

    Found his website here http://www.bomandesign.dk – thus seems to miss an update.

    Matt

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  9. Matt says:

    Wow – really really cool! I can’t wait to see it live.

    I found out its a Danish interior designer called Claus Boman who did the initial design of The Bowl Room – even the name and concept he came up with while working for some small Bangkok design office in Thailand. The managers of the design company steered into some financial problems and laid off half the office including Claus, so he wasn’t there for the final detailing and implementation. However even without his final touch, it seem to come out very promising!

    Apparently he did a very cool bowling alley in Bangkok as well for SF Strike Bowl.

    Looking forward to see more from this guy – as I’m told he designed houses, corporate offices and loads of shopping malls throughout Asia as well.

    Found his website here http://www.bomandesign.dk – thus seems to miss an update.

    Matt

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