Posted on March 14 2019
The annual Singapore Design Week is here again! Held from 4 to 17 March 2019, it brings together a collection of local and international design activities in Singapore. Through the use of design, business and public policy, Singapore Design Week aims to bring about innovation and solutions to build businesses, engage communities and enrich people’s lives.
Here are the things which you can do during the Singapore Design Week:
1. Minimalism: Space. Light. Object Exhibition
Image from: National Gallery Singapore
Minimalism: Space. Light. Object will allow you to see more through less and gain new perspectives. This exhibition showcases more than 130 artworks about the origins of minimalism and how it has changed over time.
Get your tickets here!
Date: 16 November 2018 – 14 April 2019, Friday – Sunday
Time: 10:00 – 19:00
Venue: National Gallery Singapore, Singapore ArtScience Museum
Price: $15 for Single venue, $20 for two venues
2. Project 210
Image from: Naumi Hotel
When you first enter the room, you would see bright and vibrant colours which was inspired by Tyler, the Creator. The design of the room would tell you the story of transition, growth and change.
There will be pop-up room every quarter, providing you with a new experience on your next visit. This styling and décor are entirely dependent on the local interior design students.
Date: 04 March – 31 December 2019, Monday - Tuesday
Time: 09:00 – 23:59
Venue: Naumi Hotel
Find out more about Project 210.
3. WALLPAPER* HANDMADE 2019
Image from: Wallpaper*
Wallpaper* is an annual show which displays the best pieces of local and international designers. With this year theme as “everyday objects reimagined”, it is a display of artsy inventions.
Date: 07 March – 10 June 2019, Thursday - Monday
Time: 10:00 – 19:00
Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Concourse (Level 1)
Find out more about Wallpaper* Handmade 2019.
4. SingaPlural - VR art installation
Images from: SingaPlural
This year SingaPlural draws on evolution in nature to inspire innovation in design, with the theme of “Unnatural Phenomena”. This theme explores the origins and evolutions of novel new design species. This year, installations includes the best design like Autumn and A Portraiture of Facets.
This exhibition displays the different hues and shades used. Through VR goggles, users can immerse themselves in the exhibition, as though walking through a park in autumn.
Date: 04 March – 17 March 2019, Monday - Sunday
Time: 09:00 – 21:00
Venue: National Design Centre, Atrium (Level 1)
Find out more about SingaPlural.
5. Designer Collaboration Products at Suntec City
Introducing the Nest collection, a collection created by the budding designers of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in collaboration with Scanteak. It aims to solve the challenge of shrinking home spaces by providing multifunctional solutions to modern living.
This collection has been awarded the Singapore Good Design Mark (SG Mark) 2019, which signifies a benchmark of good design and quality.
Venue: Suntec City (Scanteak Signature)
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard
#02-443/444/451/452 Suntec City Mall (North Wing, between Tower 5 and Tower 1)
Find out more about Nest Collection.