When richness of colours must match the richness of a Heritage Centre.
In multi-racial Singapore, the Malays and the Indians each have a heritage centre dedicated to their history, heritage and contributions to modern Singapore. After the completion of Screen Goo surfaces in the Malay Heritage Centre in 2012, the Indian Heritage Centre followed suit in May 2015.
GOO was applied on a plastered partition board measuring 10m x 2.4m, where the ambient light conditions were that of a darkened cinema. This allowed Screen Goo High Contrast to bring out the best in their video effortlessly; which in itself featured stunningly strong colours, associated with Indian food, fabrics and festivals. One’s viewing experience goes up by quite a few notches in this project. In fact, it has become a ‘gold standard’ for Kingsmen who designed and built the cinematic set-up on level three.