Changi Airport’s Newest Art Installation is Also a Five-Story Playground

Located at the recently opened Terminal 4 in Singapore’s Changi Airport, the Chandelier is a crimson structure featuring climbing nets and sliding poles.

Photo: Changi Airport

Travelers making a pit stop at Singapore’s Changi Airport can look forward to a brand-new attraction that’s both the airport’s largest art installation, as well as a five-story playground.

Dubbed the Chandelier, the crimson red structure stands 16 meters tall and 10 meters wide–a majestic centerpiece at the newly opened Terminal 4.

Photo: Changi Airport

Featuring climbing nets for both the young and young-at-heart, the Chandelier is elegantly shaped like a double helix with a weaved tapestry steel core. It also comes with a fireman’s pole, which allows visitors to slide down at two-meter intervals.

Anchored to the ceiling, the playground also has interactive lights, making it the airport’s largest art installation. It is free and open around-the-clock, with enough room for 50 people at a time.

Photo: Changi Airport

Other attractions at Changi’s Terminal 4 include a large-scale kinetic installation known as Petalclouds, the 150-square-meter Peranakan Gallery, and the Heritage Zone.

The latter recreates the facades of Singapore’s iconic shophouses while serving up popular hawker fare in a series of old-school restaurants.

 

More information here.

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