Kingsmen Exhibits, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kingsmen Creatives, a leading creator of experiences, today shared more details of its work for the Singapore Pavillion at World Expo 2025, Osaka. This follows the announcement on February 20, 2023 that Kingsmen Exhibits Pte Ltd had been awarded a turnkey services contract worth approximately SGD 36 million by the Singapore Tourism Board for the Singapore Pavilion.

Kingsmen will design and produce the experiences for the Singapore Pavilion at the Expo 2025 Osaka, Kansai, with ‘Where Dreams take Shape’ as the tagline. The Singapore Pavilion or ‘The Dream Sphere’ aims to inspire and invite visitors to explore the infinite possibilities of dreams and to shape the future with the city-state.

KR+D, Kingsmen’s creative arm will work on the experiential design, while DP Architects will spearhead the architectural design. The collaboration brings to life the vision of ‘The Dream Sphere’, which will comprise interactive multimedia and art installations featuring Singapore artists to showcase the collective spirit of Singaporeans – characterised by tenacity, innovation, and imagination – transforming aspirations into reality.

Anthony Chong, Group Managing Director for Exhibitions at Kingsmen Exhibits, expressed excitement for the endeavour, stating, “We are thrilled to play a part in representing Singapore’s rich culture and achievements on the global stage. Collaborating with local talents, we aim to creative a Pavilion that not only showcases Singapore’s uniqueness but also celebrates the creative prowess of our homegrown talents. We are committed to delivering an unforgettable experience for visitors to the Singapore Pavilion.”

Madeline Lee, Director of Exhibitions and Events for Kingsmen Exhibits, said, “Construction for the Singapore Pavilion is progressing well in Japan, with completion on schedule for year-end. Our Kingsmen team in Japan is working well with our local partners.”