Make a wish

Make a wish

On Singapore´s Changi Airport, one of the largest airports in Southeast Asia, thousands of stories intersect every day.



The scent of French perfume is lingering above the passport control. Passengers hurrying to check-ins appear to be both excited and anxious. An old couple is gazing into each other’s eyes in silence after a long separation. All this reflects, mirrors, and gently flickers in the hundreds of glass pieces floating in the space.


Glass everywhere

We worked on the concept of lighting up the departure halls of Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and the Luxury class, as well as the duty-free boulevard, in collaboration with the client’s design team. Lasvit prepared two large and six smaller installations.


The Stratocumulus

Designer Jana Růžičková offers passengers something like a transfer point of contact between the air and the earth. The Stratocumulus installation at Terminal 2 is inspired by the round shape of clouds and has a pleasant peaceful effect on travelers hurrying to their gates.



The massive clouds are close to Terminal 3 where you can find white dandelion flower heads in gusts of air flow. The same gusts of air flow that is transporting passengers like fluff across the world. And the white dandelion heads will soften the landing and welcome travelers with a comfortable embrace.

The story behind the light



The individual installations consist of hand-blown glass parts that resemble the movement of leaves. Each leaf is original - each one has a different reflection, bubbles, and shine. As they interact on various levels, they give out a peaceful and airy impression.


Light in space

The time you enjoy is not time wasted. So, safe travels.

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Great thanks

We appreciate all these lit people!


Petra Junová

I enjoy watching strange, unusual, natural, and physical phenomena. And I love working them into my designs.


Jana Růžičková

I have always liked the simplicity of minimalism and this style is reflected in my designs. Glass is a magical material and a great medium to work with – always challenging, but always bringing new experiences.