Kinetic Rain Video at Changi Terminal One
How to rejuvenate an old airport without spending big bucks on renovation? Simple, innovation! I remember the first time I visited Changi airport in 1992 and it sure brought back memories when I visited the same airport again this year.
When you enter the airport, you will be greeted with this magnificent masterpiece. It is a moving raindrops and it is called the Kinetic Rain. There are 1,216 Computerized Controlled Bronze Raindrops and trust me you will stand there for a while watching the movements.
So where did this masterpiece come from? If not mistaken it is built by a Berlin firm ART+COM and the Kinetic Rain consists of two sets of 608 suspended raindrops made from lightweight aluminium covered in copper. The whole cycle took 15 minute to complete and there is a similar piece at the BMW museum built in 2008. Watch the videos below!
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