AMC Pacific Place Cinema, Hong Kong. The ticketing box is no longer enclosed in a conventional glass box, but is more akin to modern sculpture or the lobby of a chic boutique hotel, protruding outwards to skilfully incorporate the technology used to issue tickets. The cinema’s design has been configured so that the moment patrons enter, they will be transported to a totally new cinema experience.
The six auditoriums have a capacity for over 600 cinema-goers. AMC Pacific Place boasts Hong Kong’s best three-way SRD-EX audio system for crystal clear sound reproduction. Comfort has clearly been considered throughout the cinema’s design as each theatre has been upholstered with sumptuous French leather seats; and to top it off, it is the only cinema in town with all-in-one washrooms to guarantee the utmost comfort and privacy.
The VIP theatre provides seating for 39 and is the ultimate venue for intimate corporate receptions and private parties. All seats measure a generous 1.2 metres in width with plenty of leg room to spare. The VIP room creates a luxurious space that is clean and modern in design and feel.
James Law said “I have merged art and technology together as architects in the 21st Century have become more focused on the importance of integrating sophisticated lifestyle-touches into their design than ever before. Our aim is to create an environment that works in tandem with delivering end-users with a space that is technologically astute. AMC Pacific Place is a breakthrough project in design as the use of Cybertecture here provides audiences with the ultimate in comfort and luxury. We will continue our ambition in fusing technology with state-of-the-art architecture with our designs.”