Public invited to share ideas for Changi Airport’s Project Jewel

SINGAPORE — Members of the public can now share their ideas on how Project Jewel, an upcoming lifestyle complex at Changi Airport, should be developed.

From today until March 31, the public can share their vision in the form of any two-dimensional medium such as photographs, drawings and sketches on the IMAGINE platform at

“We are very heartened by the strong support shown and we feel that it will be very apt to engage the community through IMAGINE, and invite them to share their vision for Project Jewel in a fun and creative way,” said Mr Philip Yim, chief executive officer (CEO) of Jewel Changi Airport Devt.

“We want to work together with Singaporeans and residents to shape Project Jewel into a world-class lifestyle destination that will add much excitement and create a new chapter in Singapore’s aviation history.”

Submissions will also be curated into creative interpretations and reproduced as art on the complex’s 800m of hoarding during its construction.

Singaporean artist and illustrator, eeshaun, will be brought in to help with the creative process of the public engagement initiative.

IMAGINE is open to all Singapore residents, aged five and above. A total of 15 winners will be selected from entries in two categories — Junior (five – 12 years old) and Open (13 years and above). Winners will stand to win prizes of up to S$1,000 in Changi Vouchers.

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