Kembali (homecoming in Malay language) is our special way of celebrating Singapore’s 57th birthday. The giant banners that depict the ‘homecoming’ of nature richness in our verdant island state such as the sambar deers, otters, hornbills, mouse deers and others - a welcomed outcome from a decade-long islandwide concerted efforts to reconnect and preserve pockets of greenery. Kembali also symbolises our timely resurgence out the global pandemic. It signifies hope and a better future.
Commissioned by the DesignSingapore Council- the folks who runs the National Design Centre, Binary Style’s home for the past few years, the banners dress the building (front and back facade) to usher 57th birthday of Singapore and the buzz around it.
Kembali - spanning 8.5 meter in width and 18 meter in height, is literally our largest project to date. It took several design iterations and proofs before we came to the final versions for the front and back facades. We are very honoured and humbled to participate in this special celebration with our design. We hope you like it as much as we do!