Changi (Singapore) Airport Terminal 3
Architect: Skidmore, Owings, Merrill

Production Notes:
The design called for a huge number of panels suspended from 7 layers of wires passing through the roof trusses both above and below the slab. I wrote a MAXScript program to semi-randomly generate the 50,000(!) panels according to rules supplied by the architect. This allowed the project to be completed in a reasonable amount of time, and in a manner the computers could handle.

The bright areas in the night shot are due light spilling from the thousands of skylights in the concrete slab roof.

This image was printed as a 2-page spread with an article about the project in one of the major architecture magazines in the fall of 2000.