Learn and enjoy good design from one of the largest international design awards in the world - Red Dot Design Award. Visit the design shop where you can find a large collection of design objects. Enjoy redesigned local food at the cafe bar.
Red Dot Design Museum Singapore sits in a full glass facade building located along the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade. Designed by Cox Architects (Australia) & Architects 61 (Singapore), the building takes on a strong geometrical form and comprises of playful composition of structural steel elements and large overhanging roofs. A must visit for architecture and design enthusiasts.
A popular attraction at the Marina Bay in Singapore, this is the only museum in Singapore that closes late at 11 p.m. on weekends (Fri to Sun). With two levels of exhibition spaces in the museum, the design exhibits are curated from the results of the international Red Dot Design Award. These award winning works are the result of careful selection by an independent panel of design experts which form the jury. The search for good design spans over 60 countries and has involved more than 80 Red Dot jurors. Expect short term collaborations with designers at exhibition galleries located on the first level of the museum.
Chill Out Along the Iconic Marina Bay
The museum bar's outdoor seatings enjoy constant breeze and beautiful view of the Marina Bay. This is the perfect location to enjoy the evening with friends and loved ones while lounging along the Waterfront Promenade.
Shop For Award Winning Designs
Shopping at the design museum shop can be dependable because good design always makes good gifts. At the museum design shop, there are available Red Dot Award winning designs. Let the award jurors help select the best gift for your shopping needs.
Food Designed For A Good Time
The museum's cafe blends into its design surroundings where award winning objects such as glasswares, lamps and stools can be found. Traditional recipes such as the Singapore Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Beef Rendang are redesigned into graphic design projects in the form of cubes by Food Anatomy. Good design experience is holistic here where design meets culinary. Delicious is simply not enough.
The Museum Neighbourhood
Red Dot Design Museum is now located at the heart of Singapore's most iconic district, the Marina Bay. Just metres away from the waterfront like a jewel box along the promenade, the museum is enveloped by an impressive city skyline.
The area is recommended as one of the most fun and interesting destinations to visit and sightsee in Singapore. Within the museum's immediate neighbourhood, attractions within 10 minutes walking distances are ArtScience Museum, Clifford Pier, Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands and Merlion Park.
Explore Marina Bay
The Red Dot Marina Bay Art & Design Guide aims to 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. Embark on a journey around the bay, learn the heritage and the architects behind Singapore's development, view art and design exhibitions, and shop for local design labels.
Through The Lens Of Alan Lim
Red Dot Design Museum at Marina Bay welcomed its very first visitors on 18 October 2017. Award winning designers who make up more than 500 guests from 23 nations visited the museum for the first time. Singapore's celebrated photographer Alan Lim captured significant moments at the museum.
Designed In Singapore
Curating not only the best product design from all over the world, the museum shop also presents original designs by Singapore designers. Perhaps the best way to appreciate Singapore is via its design, art and creativity. Buy a piece of the Singapore's spirit and support local.
Date: 31 Aug
Time: 5pm - 12 midnight
Location: Red Dot Design Museum* 11 Marina Boulevard
*Free Entry to the museum
The museum has been hosting MAAD, Market of Artists And Designers since 2006. This is a grassroots initiative to promote local designers and artists by presenting a platform to showcase and sell their original works to the public. Today, MAAD continues to be the most influential creative marketplace and attracts thousands of patrons at each installation.