The exhibition is a response to Singapore’s incredibly unique environment, one that is a ‘densely populated, multi-cultural, multi-ethnic island city-state.’ Comprising of 12 Singapore-located architecture projects, the Pavilion showcases everything from residential to commercial, private and public builds, with each project demonstrating fresh, inspiring opportunities and ideas to utilise the ‘free space’ within the urban, compact environment. At the core of the exhibition is an interactive installation which plays host to an ethereal cloud of handcrafted acrylic knots with multi-sensory sounds, light and image projections. These all come together to re-create a sense of the Singapore experience.
Th exhibition is commissioned by the Design Singapore Council (Dsg) of the Ministry of Communications and Information as well as the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), and curated by the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) in collaboration with the National University of Singapore’s Department of Architecture (NUS).
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