Discover Taikoo Place

Supported by local and international creative talent as well as Taikoo Place tenants, Taikoo Place’s annual engagement programme, “Discover Taikoo Place,” returned in 2020 with a wellbeing theme and featured events that promoted a balanced lifestyle.

PROJECT AFTER 6

Since its launch in 2014, PROJECT AFTER 6 has been connecting the Taikoo Place community through a variety of arts, cultural, sport and leisure programmes.

We believe that music has the power to improve both mental and physical wellbeing for our tenants and the wider community. This year’s edition, PROJECT AFTER 6: THE PITCH 2020, introduced music to the Taikoo Place work community by creating an opportunity for office workers with a passion for music to “unleash their hidden music talent.” The COVID-19 pandemic altered the usual format, with eight virtual concerts broadcast live in mid-October through social media platforms that featured PROJECT AFTER 6 musicians and several celebrity singers.

In addition, a wellness booth was set up in the office lobby of Lincoln House in Taikoo Place in partnership with a tenant, a healthcare insurance company. Their healthcare provision arm offered traditional Chinese medicine consultations to keep tenants healthy, as well as a free stress test with an in-house psychologist.

Since its launch in 2014, PROJECT AFTER 6 has been connecting the Taikoo Place community through a variety of arts, cultural, sport and leisure programmes.

We believe that music has the power to improve both mental and physical wellbeing for our tenants and the wider community. This year’s edition, PROJECT AFTER 6: THE PITCH 2020, introduced music to the Taikoo Place work community by creating an opportunity for office workers with a passion for music to “unleash their hidden music talent.” The COVID-19 pandemic altered the usual format, with eight virtual concerts broadcast live in mid-October through social media platforms that featured PROJECT AFTER 6 musicians and several celebrity singers.

In addition, a wellness booth was set up in the office lobby of Lincoln House in Taikoo Place in partnership with a tenant, a healthcare insurance company. Their healthcare provision arm offered traditional Chinese medicine consultations to keep tenants healthy, as well as a free stress test with an in-house psychologist.

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Better Living Pop-ups

The Discover Taikoo Place pop-up sustainable grocery store was hosted at ArtisTree from November 2020 to January 2021. Designed to inspire healthy living through vegan products such as plant-based meats, the pop-up store provided the office community with a new food and lifestyle experience. The Discover Taikoo Place initiative also teamed up with wellbeing and fitness tenant partners to introduce wellbeing-focused workshops, helping office workers find a healthy balance between work and play.
The Discover Taikoo Place pop-up sustainable grocery store was hosted at ArtisTree from November 2020 to January 2021. Designed to inspire healthy living through vegan products such as plant-based meats, the pop-up store provided the office community with a new food and lifestyle experience. The Discover Taikoo Place initiative also teamed up with wellbeing and fitness tenant partners to introduce wellbeing-focused workshops, helping office workers find a healthy balance between work and play.

Art Unchained

Featuring a live media art installation and a set of online forums, the Art Unchained pop-up was curated by art and technology specialists Lisa Botos, Jean-Luc Gustave and Joanne Ooi and ran between 11 and 22 November 2020. Live-streamed on the Taikoo Place website during the exhibition period, the centrepiece was a robotics installation, Human Study #1, 5RNP, by Patrick Tresset, featuring five robots that sketch a human subject during a twenty-minute session. The installation resembles a life drawing class, except in this case, the robots observe and draw. The exhibition also included two lunchtime talks on the impact of new technologies on the art industry and how blockchain is reshaping the consumer world.
Featuring a live media art installation and a set of online forums, the Art Unchained pop-up was curated by art and technology specialists Lisa Botos, Jean-Luc Gustave and Joanne Ooi and ran between 11 and 22 November 2020. Live-streamed on the Taikoo Place website during the exhibition period, the centrepiece was a robotics installation, Human Study #1, 5RNP, by Patrick Tresset, featuring five robots that sketch a human subject during a twenty-minute session. The installation resembles a life drawing class, except in this case, the robots observe and draw. The exhibition also included two lunchtime talks on the impact of new technologies on the art industry and how blockchain is reshaping the consumer world.
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Customers

Customer feedback is vital to understanding our customers’ needs so that we can continue to improve our services and offerings.

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