Travellers at the Changi Airport can espy the latest attraction - a five-storey crimson red playground christened ‘Chandelier’ featuring sliding poles and climbing nets. The latest piece of art was unveiled today.
Located at the departure lounge of Terminal 4, the playground has been inspired from Chandelier.
It is shaped as a double helix with a weaved tapestry steel core. It also features climbing nets and fireman poles that allow users to slide down at 2-metre intervals.
Chandelier has been built using 10km of rope and is supported by 15 tonnes of steel.
This remarkable piece of art is anchored to the ceiling and the ground and can admit up to 50 people
It is a perfect spot for the young and young-at-heart passengers and now they can experience Chandelier before boarding their flight.
Changi Airport has imposed no fee for using the playground and will be opened 24 hours for passengers.
The playground will be opened to travellers in a few weeks' time.
Spread over an area of 225,000 square meter, Terminal 4 is about half the size of Terminal 3, making it Changi Airport's smallest terminal. It is expected to handle 16 million passengers a year - about 70 per cent of T3's handling capacity.