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Toronto's newest pop-up comes with a foam pit and giant ramen

Toronto is home to a new pop-up experience featuring travel, adventure and art all rolled into one. 

The Live Life Experience by American Express has opened to mark the launch of their new brand platform. It's taken over the 12,000 square foot, multi-level space at 336 Queen St. West.

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A giant bowl of ramen by Troublesome Troy and Smuggly is a feature attraction in the Culinary room. 

The totally revamped space features a series of unique, surreal rooms designed by a collection of 11 Canadian artists including local talent Troublesome Troy, birdO and Christina Mazzulla.

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A giant throne makes for the ideal selfie in one of the artist designed rooms at the Live Life Experience.

Interactive rooms include one called the Wonder Room filled with whimsical sculptures and curious animals, a Culinary Room with an oversized ramen bowl, a Fun Room with a slide and foam pit and the Life's a Beach Room with actual sand, water and beach motifs.

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A swing and installation rides of ge0-metric animals by birdO let you kick back in the Play room.

From entertaining, culinary, travel and play, each custom and immersive room experience is intended to present a unique view of the moments that make life worth living. 

The Live Life Experience is on now through June 16 from noon until 8 p.m.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez of the Brain Room by Durothethird


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