LTA Mobility Gallery

to inspire

Conceptualising a futuristic scene, a blue colour palette was selected, tying in LTA’s corporate colour and representing the depth of intelligence in their strategies.In order to envision the forward-looking approach of the group, imaginations of future bus concepts were set up, allowing a glimpse of the innovative ways we would approach city living.  

Beyond the exciting lifestyle to come for the public, the gallery reveals the depth of LTA’s workflow and the rail technicians working in the background of operations. To recognise the experience of ground crews, we explored the site from thirteen levels underground. Using this encounter, we delivered accurate details of the successful railway system across the visual production of the exhibits, documenting rare scenes of the individuals behind the show. 

key services

storytelling & experience

spatial design and build

multimedia integration

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The LTA Mobility Gallery opened officially on 19th September 2018 to the public.
Visit the Land Transport Authority website for more information.

Sweet Dreams by Heinemann

to engage

Dedicated to various fantastical motifs, the stores appeared in dreamlands of Candy Cave, Carnival, Underwater, Galaxy, Space Station, Hot Air Balloon, House of Candy and an Upside Down world.

The distinctive concept of each store layout was crafted to precision when outlines were cut out from laser methodology to create its intriguing shapes. With attractive lighted ceilings and displays from a spaceman to a hot air balloon suspended from the ceiling, each store retains its quirky characteristic.

Additionally, interactive selfie booths, chocolate printing stations, VR services and game consoles were included as part of the store’s engagement initiatives for customers to savour flavours of experiential treat in every store.

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ideation & concept design

spatial design and build

design development

Keep reading about the store concepts here.

DHL Americas Innovation Center

As a state-of-the-art facility, the overall design intends to evoke a journey through the logistics support of today and tomorrow. The modern look complemented by technology solutions of the courier company, is deliberate with its forward-looking vision.  


to activate

Adapting the warehouse-style concept that aligns with DHL’s field of business, the thematic experience introduced subtle changes in the palette and expansive, flexible spaces. Industrial cool tones are replaced by futuristic colour schemes, used to reinforce DHL’s brand with striking impressions. 

Designed for continuity, a highly flexible use of space was an important design consideration to the whole showroom to allow adaptation depending on current industry trends and innovation. This includes easy-to-change title signage and low maintenance digital display.​ As a logistics company, functionality and efficiency are crucial operation needs, thus inspiring a conscience design to the Innovation Centre space. 

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design development

visual branding

ideation & concept design

storytelling & experience

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Find out more about the project in our 45th Anniversary feature!