Conversations with Nature at Brickell City Centre

As part of Miami Art Week 2019, this exhibition, curated by Albie Alexander, examined humanity’s deep connection with the natural world through introspective experiences. This four-day-long series of installations and events invited visitors to experience their interconnectedness with each other and with the Earth as a pathway to inspire positive action in the fight against climate change.
As part of Miami Art Week 2019, this exhibition, curated by Albie Alexander, examined humanity’s deep connection with the natural world through introspective experiences. This four-day-long series of installations and events invited visitors to experience their interconnectedness with each other and with the Earth as a pathway to inspire positive action in the fight against climate change.

Love Brings Hope Exhibition at Taikoo Hui

To help communities reopen and recover effectively as the Chinese mainland COVID-19 lockdown eased, Taikoo Hui in Guangzhou hosted an exhibition to honour heroes of the pandemic response. The one-month exhibition ran in June and July 2020 and showcased drawings by popular cartoonist Lin Dihuan and others created by students from Zhixin High School during the lockdown period. With a core message of “Love Brings Hope”, the initiative also included an art show and a philanthropic auction that amplified efforts to help communities deal with the fallout from the public health crisis.
To help communities reopen and recover effectively as the Chinese mainland COVID-19 lockdown eased, Taikoo Hui in Guangzhou hosted an exhibition to honour heroes of the pandemic response. The one-month exhibition ran in June and July 2020 and showcased drawings by popular cartoonist Lin Dihuan and others created by students from Zhixin High School during the lockdown period. With a core message of “Love Brings Hope”, the initiative also included an art show and a philanthropic auction that amplified efforts to help communities deal with the fallout from the public health crisis.

Uplifting art at Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu

Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu hosted several exhibitions this year to uplift the local community. Teaming up with a men's lifestyle magazine to use illustration as a vehicle for hope and healing during the pandemic, one exhibition displayed illustrations on light boxes which underscored our care for the community – health care workers in particular.

We also partnered with a British design firm, Paul Cocksedge Studio, to present “Please Be Seated”, a public art installation that explores the busy nature of urban life and how local audiences interact with space and the community. The 15.2-metre-long installation features “waves of wood” rising up to form arches for people to walk through, and curves under to create space for people to sit, lie and relax. Echoing our strong focus on sustainable development, the piece is fabricated from 1,440 planks of sustainably sourced timber. This touring piece will move to other Swire Properties developments before settling into a permanent home at Taikoo Li Sanlitun in Beijing.

Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu hosted several exhibitions this year to uplift the local community. Teaming up with a men's lifestyle magazine to use illustration as a vehicle for hope and healing during the pandemic, one exhibition displayed illustrations on light boxes which underscored our care for the community – health care workers in particular.

We also partnered with a British design firm, Paul Cocksedge Studio, to present “Please Be Seated”, a public art installation that explores the busy nature of urban life and how local audiences interact with space and the community. The 15.2-metre-long installation features “waves of wood” rising up to form arches for people to walk through, and curves under to create space for people to sit, lie and relax. Echoing our strong focus on sustainable development, the piece is fabricated from 1,440 planks of sustainably sourced timber. This touring piece will move to other Swire Properties developments before settling into a permanent home at Taikoo Li Sanlitun in Beijing.

Seeds of Life

The House Collective’s “Encounters Across Cultures: Seeds of Life” mobile art installation travelled from The Opposite House to The Upper House, then The Middle House and finally The Temple House between the months of March 2019 and January 2020. Created by Swiss-born artist Katja Loher, the installation merged creative art and modern fashion with ancient Chinese philosophy.
The House Collective’s “Encounters Across Cultures: Seeds of Life” mobile art installation travelled from The Opposite House to The Upper House, then The Middle House and finally The Temple House between the months of March 2019 and January 2020. Created by Swiss-born artist Katja Loher, the installation merged creative art and modern fashion with ancient Chinese philosophy.

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Livelihood

We strived to provide a source of strength for people in our communities – driving employment and, supporting NGOs and social enterprises.

Wellbeing

We focused on the health and hygiene aspects of wellbeing in 2020, taking care of the health of our visitors, tenants and workers.

Resilience

Throughout Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, we worked to negate the effects of the pandemic by building social cohesion, boosting community investment and raising adaptive capacity.

Livelihood

We strived to provide a source of strength for people in our communities – driving employment and, supporting NGOs and social enterprises.

Wellbeing

We focused on the health and hygiene aspects of wellbeing in 2020, taking care of the health of our visitors, tenants and workers.

Resilience

Throughout Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, we worked to negate the effects of the pandemic by building social cohesion, boosting community investment and raising adaptive capacity.