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Kvadrat is one of the largest shopping centres in Norway, both in terms of turnover and floor space. You will find 160 stores in various sectors, of which clothing/shoes/fashion is the largest single sector with around 60 stores. The centre was opened on 26 April 1984 and has been rebuilt and modernised several times. In 2023, Kvadrat won the prestigious award for Shopping Centre of the Year under the auspices of the Norwegian Shopping Centre Association.

Get the holiday feeling at Kvadrat

Kvadrat is a popular shopping centre with many great offers. Feel free to spend the whole day here if the holiday weather doesn't encourage outdoor activities. Start the day with a good café breakfast at one of Kvadrat's many cafés, then browse the shops until you find your favourites. You can even treat yourself to a little self-care; how about a haircut, a visit to the barbershop, some skincare, nail care or make-up tips? For the little ones, the "Kvadratbilen" (the Kvadrat car) is a popular way to get your "driving licence" (NOK 50 per hour).

Food and drink at Kvadrat

After a round of shopping and self-care, perhaps it's time for lunch? The centre has a wide range of food options - everything from Mexican, Japanese, Italian, Indian and Asian fusion to traditional Norwegian food. When the weather is nice, several eateries have outdoor seating in the summer. Action for the kids awaits after lunch, where they can game at Einherjar eSport or play video games at HighScore Arcade. Kvadrat also has an indoor balance park and a playground outside entrance C. Otherwise, see www.visitkvadrat.com for more great holiday tips during your visit to Kvadrat.

Eco-Lighthouse and BREAM

Kvadrat is environmentally certified by the Eco-Lighthouse Foundation and has recently received a new certificate for its environmental commitment. The company has recently implemented several measures to reduce energy consumption. In the common areas and car park, Kvadrat has switched to LED lighting. The ventilation system has been replaced and has a recycling rate of up to 85 per cent. The shopping centre also has a large charging station for electric cars and an excellent new waste sorting facility. Today, 65 per cent of all waste is sorted. The goal is to increase this to 70 per cent.

How do I get to Kvadrat?

Kvadrat shopping centre is located just off the E39 motorway, a 12-minute drive from Stavanger and 5 minutes from Sandnes. There are over 2,000 free parking spaces, 900 of which are covered. There are several hundred bus connections to various locations in the vicinity of Kvadrat every day. Please note that the bus stop in the direction of Sandnes is called 'Kvadrat A', and the one in the direction of Stavanger is called 'Kvadrat B'.

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Schedule

Weekdays:
10:00–21:00
Saturday:
10:00–18:00
Sunday:
Closed

Contact

Address:
  • Gamle Stokkavei 1
  • 4313
  • Sandnes
Phone:
+47 51 96 00 00
Email:
Informasjon.Kvadrat@olavthon.no
Website:
kvadrat.no/

Facilities

Season:
  • Spring
  • Autumn
  • Summer
  • Winter
Toilet:
Disabled-accessible:
WIFI/Internet:
Café:
Parking:

Green certifications

Kvadrat shopping centre in Sandnes has received certification for its environmental efforts from:
  • MiljøfyrtårnMiljøfyrtårn
Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism.

Where is Kvadrat shopping centre in Sandnes?