• Zoomed out view Telok Ayer Station filled with colorful artwork inspired by plantations and elements of water created by artist Ms Lim Shing Ee printed on PolyVision’s a3 CeramicSteel panels
  • Angled view of colorful artwork inspired by plantations and elements of water created by artist Ms Lim Shing Ee printed on PolyVision’s a3 CeramicSteel panels and displayed in Telok Ayer Station
  • Top view of the staircase and escalators on either side leading down to Telok Ayer Station
  • Zoomed in angle of colorful artwork inspired by plantations and elements of water created by artist Ms Lim Shing Ee printed on PolyVision’s a3 CeramicSteel panels and displayed in Telok Ayer Station
  • Angled view of escalator and colorful artwork inspired by plantations and elements of water created by artist Ms Lim Shing Ee printed on PolyVision’s a3 CeramicSteel panels and displayed in Telok Ayer Station

Telok Ayer | Singapore

Telok Ayer station is one of twelve recently remodeled on the Bukit Timah path. With hundreds of commuters moving through the station every day, it is imperative that the product used can withstand heavy traffic while also connecting travellers with their surroundings. The artist Ms Lim Shing Ee designed the artwork of Telok Ayer, which means “bay water” in Malay, to celebrate the history of the area. Named “Charm of bay” the artwork uses abstract forms inspired by plantations and elements of water, each pointing or relating to the next as if passing on a tale about the past. The artwork, which will never fade, was handcrafted using the screen printing method by PolyVision imaging experts on a3 CeramicSteel and installed by PolyVision’s partner, Ceramic Steel Alliance.

Completion Date: 2013

Client: Land Transport Authority

Product Used: SCRO.56/MINLW12/Z.4

Architect: ONG&ONG

Area: 1500 m2

Artist: Lim Shing Ee of Mono Cirus Tokyo

Print Type: Screen print