• The unique design and aesthetic features of Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu were created together with the Oval Partnership, a global team of architects, urbanists and designers. Their design ethos integrated modern and traditional elements influenced by the Daci Temple Project to create a retail and community complex that is resilient and vibrant throughout its lanes, teahouses, shops, and gardens.
  • Artists from around the world were invited to create art pieces for the open lanes of Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu. 21 pieces are on display, exhibiting the fundamental elements of modern city life, humanity, culture, heritage and nature. International visual artist and fashion photographer Chen Man was invited by Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu to photograph a series called HERE IS CHENGDU – featuring “modern traditional” photos of Chengdu, with the complex featured as a significant landmark that highlights the city’s dynamism.
  • The complex welcomed the first international showing of the giant public art piece, Please Be Seated, after its 2019 debut at the London Design Festival. Designed as a response to the busy nature of urban life, the piece reinvigorates the way visitors interact with space and the community. Its 1,440 planks of sustainably sourced timber create “waves of wood” which rise up to form arches for people to walk through, and curve under to create spaces for people to sit, lie down and relax.

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Improving Walkability

Engaging Tenants and Partnering for Economic Recovery

Supporting Local Communities

Embodying a Health and Safety Culture

Our Healthy Office: The Village

Focusing on Hospitality

Superior Financial Performance

An Energy Management Leader

Maintaining the Best Indoor Air Quality

A Host of Environmental Initiatives at The Temple House