The Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore was built up in 2005 and is presently situated along Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, the core of current Singapore. Planned by Cox Architects, the gallery is an extraordinary point of interest with a full glass veneer that lights up the historical center like a gem in the night. The one of a kind design goes up against a solid geometrical shape and involves a fun loving creation of auxiliary steel components with a vast overhanging rooftop.
This historical center is the home for the Red Dot Award: Design Concept. It has more than two stories of presentations, loaded with more than 300 award winning outline ideas, models and recordings. Guests find out about the present most energizing outline look into venture and get a look at what the future may get the "A Preview of the Future" show.
Also, there are award winning outlines from the Red Dot Award for Product Design and Communication Design all through the exhibition hall, at the displays, the historical center shop and the gallery bistro bar.