The newly revamped IRAS Gallery is a proof that a small gallery with “serious” contents can also be interesting and engaging.
Punggol used to be Singapore’s “wild frontier” and full of outdoor excitement. Today, it is also Singapore’s first Eco Town and HDB’s testbed for innovation. Its rich heritage and a narrative that is relevant to our future makes Punggol’s story both compelling and interesting.
At the heart of Singapore, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is vital to the sustenance of biodiversity in this region, housing over 840 species of flowering plants and over 500 species of fauna. It is also where Singapore residents can get away and be immersed in the beautiful nature.
Many factors contributed to Singapore’s low inflation and sustained growth in its first 5 decades. One key factor stood out: the astute management of its monetary policies; and the supervision and development of its financial sectors. MAS’ workings as both a Central Bank and a Regulator, are de-mystified and made simple in the MAS Gallery.
MAS Gallery from chertan on Vimeo.
Impoverished Chinese Immigrants came to Singapore in the 19th Century in search of better lives, but found themselves in a strange land with harsh living conditions. These hardworking migrants banded together in the Chinese ethnic enclaves of Chinatown, and eventually became the pioneer forefathers of our nation.
Kids from primary to lower secondary can now experience how movies are made at Science Centre. Inside this movie workshop, kids create their own movie content by being actors, studio engineers, and even animators.
The sprawling 120,000 sqm Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) Urban Planning Exhibition Hall is a collaboration between MMP Singapore and Suzhou’s own Multispace 创捷传媒.
Type: Experiential Gallery Design Consultancy.