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Pacific Place has unveiled a brand refresh campaign that champions a lifestyle worth celebrating, and is marking the occasion with an impressive and immersive mirrored installation.

A delightfully playful experience, the towering art piece creates a vision of colours and reflections with hidden elements to be discovered, allowing those who are already familiar with the space a chance to reimagine it with a fresh perspective. The inside of the mirrored form also holds an unexpected surprise: a mesmerizing infinity garden, hand-crafted by local floral artist Kirk Cheng.

An infinity garden crafted by floral artist Kirk Cheng is nestled in the heart of the installation

The applause-worthy installation is just the beginning of many more unforgettable experiences that visitors can expect from ‘The Place’ in the future – with plenty of elevated everyday moments and unique experiences in the works. One experience The Style Sheet team is already excited for? The Hong Kong debut of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s renowned Shoes: Pleasure and Pain exhibition, which is making its exclusive Hong Kong appearance at Pacific Place in September.

The campaign goes hand-in-hand with the digital revamp that includes The Style Sheet, and means customers will be able to personalise their experience at Pacific Place even further. It’s all part of the plan to be a not just somewhere to shop and eat but a place where visitors get an immersive and delightful experience.

You can visit Pacific Place’s dramatic mirror installation at Garden Court, Pacific Place, until August 27