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Exhibition & Gallery,
Identity, Illustration,
Typography, UX Design,
Way-Finding

The BCA Gallery was launched by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) in 2017. The two-storey exhibition consists of six zones, with distinct themes and interactive and tactile exhibits in each zone for educating the public of the importance of the building and construction industry in shaping the present and future development of Singapore. Apart from the six zones of the gallery, there is also a sensory garden just outside the gallery that provides an engaging experience for visitors.

This project was completed during my time as a Graphic Designer with Kong Studio as well as a collaboration between Pico and Zarch Collaboratives.

Isometric vector illustrations are the main graphic styling for graphic representation of information and they were created to reflect the actual equipment used in reality for more more accuracy in representation.

Motifs and icons of the five senses essential to the Sensory Garden was created as environmental graphics for the gallery. Universal icons were also specially created as part of the Way-finding design throughout the gallery.

A fully illustrated three-metre Coastal Protection feature wall in Zone C under the Safety section.