The Red Dot Design Museum is one of the latest attractions at the Marina Bay. It sits in a full glass facade building that used to be the Marina Bay City Gallery. Designed by Cox Architects & Architects 61, the building takes on a strong geometrical form and comprises of playful composition of structural steel elements and large overhanging roofs.
The museum has two levels of exhibition spaces that presents design products and concepts curated from the results of the international Red Dot Design Award. Visitors can see the latest product innovations in the market or learn about today's most exciting design research projects.
In addition to design exhibitions, the museum features one of the best design shop where carefully curated design objects from around the world as well as the best designs produced by Singapore designers can be found. The design cafe & bar serves reinvents of local cuisines which are re-designed into the form of highly "instagramable" cubes.
Marina Bay is an iconic district in Singapore populated by many tourist attractions. The Red Dot Design Museum started the Marina Bay Art & Design Guide with the aim of bringing attention to the many design and art spots that are often missed out, and also to provide a guide to an alternative appreciation of the bay.