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Izumi City Clubhouse
The Marina Club at Izumi City, Dong Nai province was recently commissioned by the Socialight team. It will initially function as a sales gallery for landed residences and eventually be used community hub with sports facilities and dining outlets to cater to the surrounding residences that is still under construction. We thank Nam Long Group for the support in completing this phase of Izumi City township and look forward to working on the other phases in the near future.
Marina East Desalination Plant
Marina East Desalination Plant was completed recently, providing another feature to the park connector network that links East Coast Parkway to Gardens by the Bay. The lighting was designed to accentuate the curved form of the building and its biopond, with some pockets of softscape lit to soften the lines of the building.
Karma Kagyud Temple
The centre is the main venue in Singapore for the Tibetan Buddhist community to congregate and socialise. It houses prayer halls, meditation rooms, a canteen and monks’ accommodations. The lighting for the centre was designed to give flexibility for use on a daily basis or when there are festivities and ceremonies.
Working on funding by the public, and with support from lighting vendors, the spending on the lighting equipment was careful and minimised.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana
The Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue stands at 136m above sea level at the southern tip of Bali. Socialight was engaged to provide an artistic interpretation of the statue through light and to emphasize its significance to the residents of Bali. The lighting system was made flexible and easily controllable by the operators, with the ability to tether into a larger lighting solution for future expansion.
Ground Control to Major Tom
Commissioned for the ilight 2016 festival in Marina Bay, Singapore. The artwork takes inspiration from the blackness of outer space and how a single bright object is able to bring light and hues of colour to its surroundings. Taking the form of a 9 metre rocket with openings that is lined with special coloured filters.
Tuas West Extension
Consisting of 4 stations that links the East-West line to the west end of Singapore, these stations features vaulted ceilings and utilitarian layouts. They are designed with the highest functionality and efficiency to cater for peak hour human traffic that occurs in the highly industrialized area of Singapore. Lighting was designed to meet the highest greenmark standard and highly robust.