Kinetic Rain at Singapore Changi Airport’s Terminal 1 is reported to be the largest kinetic sculpture in the world. The pair of sculptures that make up the installation are intended as a reminder of the old Mylar Cords in the original check-in hall, while offering visitors a new experience that embodies the identity of the internationally acclaimed airport.
via FansOfChangi on YouTube
Check out the “Making Rain” making-of YouTube video here…
We are excited about Super Trees: the 18 vertical garden structures of flowering ferns, creepers and climbers, between 25 to 50 metres in height, at the newly opened Gardens by the Bay, Singapore.
The tallest structure will house a bistro from which 360 panoramic views can be had of the gardens and the surrounding cityscape.
Meet FRANK The Bank: OCBC’s response to “youth” banking. The local Singapore bank and Experience Union developed a design and branding language based on months of research with its GEN-Y youth base. OCBC was one of the first banks to cater to child and youth savers in the 70s and 80s, and now it builds on an impressive 26% share of the youth banking market with this game-changing concept.
You’ve Got Mail is a letter/magazine/paper rack by Lasalle College of the Arts graduate, Nur Sabeela Binte Abdul Karim, shown at the Singapore Furniture Fair, 2011.
Inspired use of water and the Singapore skyline - good one Singapore, it looks like you have put one hellova Summer Youth Olympic games…