Colour Harmony is an art installation project by visual artist/ photographer Ernest Goh, for WOHA Architects' Kampung Admiralty.
As part of the art installation project, we worked with Ernest to develop a visual system consisting of geometric shapes that can be used to form various animals common to a kampong. Similar to a tangram puzzle, the visual system was adapted into stickers for the public and residents to customise their own kampong animal-shaped artworks. After applying these artworks onto ceramic tiles, Ernest integrated the tiles into a permanent art installation for the Kampung Admiralty development.
We also designed the project’s visual identity and the exhibition graphics for the public participation activities.
Year of Project: 2016