Exclusive art at Singapore Changi Airport

Thomas Cook Airlines

Exclusive art at Singapore Changi Airport

The story

A designer of exclusive art pieces that collaborates with the world’s most influential art collectors sought a way for the public to interact with the art piece “A Million Times at Changi” at the Singapore Changi Airport. The installation itself consists of a large number of clock hands able to display carefully composed animations and the client needed help to develop a way for spectators to seamlessly interact with the installation.

Their work has been exhibited internationally at prominent venues including Saatchi Gallery, London, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York and Cafa Art Center, Beijing.

The challenge

Slagkryssaren were asked to develop two mobile applications (Android and iOS) to let passengers at Changi Airport interact with the art piece by enabling them select animations to display. The project was bound to be completed within a tight budget and time-frame with very high requirements on quality and UI/UX.

The result

Our team delivered two high quality mobile apps within the tight time-frame and budget, which enabled spectators to seamlessly interact the art piece. The client as well as Changi Airport was very happy with the result and the apps are now used by many of Changi Airport's passengers.

"Working with Slagkryssaren was a Breeze. Having no previous experience with apps, we appreciated their useful inputs and guidance. They helped us choose the best technical solutions for our needs, and eventually delivered a great product in record time."

Etienne Bouteillé Lead Designer, Humans since 1982

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