Located in the heart of Riyadh’s exclusive The District Al Faisaliah, Mode is home to luxury retail brands and world-class fine and casual dining restaurants. Mode reopened in 2021 after a multi-million dollar refurbishment, transforming the building inside and out.
The Design of Mode Mall
Instantly recognizable by its dramatic curves and cascading oval roofline, the mall is now much larger, accommodating new retail, entertainment, hospitality, and wellbeing spaces. Customer experience is at the heart of the new design, twinning authentic Saudi heritage with an even wider range of luxury retail brands and experiences.
The mall’s renovation is closely aligned with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 strategy. Announced in 2017 as part of the ‘giga-project’ redevelopment of The District Al Faisaliah - including the Al Faisaliah Tower, Al Khairia Towers, and Al Faisaliah Hotel - Mode is the ultimate symbol of an ambitious Kingdom looking to the future.
Prince Abdullah Al Faisal commissioned Riyadh’s Al Faisaliah Center in 1994, appointing leading British architects Foster + Partners to the early design.
Construction began in 1997, and in 2000, the new district opened to the world - and to much fanfare. Its centrepiece, the 267-meter Al Faisaliah Tower - Saudi Arabia’s first skyscraper - housed 30 floors of office space.
Now, Mode is more than a mall. More than a retail and dining experience. It’s a place to immerse your imagination. Mode’s iconic new structure twins futuristic design with intelligent urban planning.
Brainchild of award-winning U.S. architects Gensler, the roof’s elegant oval curves cover more than 35,000 square feet of retail, dining and entertainment space.
To draw on our knowledge of global retail brands to bring you the latest innovations.
To make our visitors look and feel their very best every day, we understand that looking and feeling great are as important as each other.
To deliver hospitality through everything we do. Our door is open to everyone.
To constantly deliver global trends and innovations from pop up, technology, fashion, food, brands, and products.
To understand individual preferences and empower people to express who they are.