About the exhibition
A watch or a bracelet, a mobile phone or a television set, a food processor or a car. Every one of us possesses a multitude of different objects, and each of those objects is a living example of our everyday preferences and product culture. At the museum, you will explore all areas of daily life and how design can make a difference. Instead of ‘please do not touch’, the exhibition encourages you to ‘reach out and touch’ most of the exhibits, allowing you to explore the prize winning products with all of your senses.
Starting 1 August 2016, the museum presents a new collection of products that have been awarded in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2016.
How is the exhibition curated?
The exhibition is a selection of the winners of the Red Dot Award: Product Design.
This award, headquartered in Germany, is one of the largest and most prestigious design award in the world.
In 2016, the award receives a record 5,200 innovations from 57 nations. A jury panel of 41 international experts debated in Germany over 3 days to select the product designs that represent the best of design today.
Red Dot Design Museum Singapore is one of the design spaces within The Design District. The mobile app is a self touring walking guide that directs you to interesting creative spaces in the city.