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A Preview Of The Future

Design | December 26, 2018 |

 A Preview Of The FutureImage courtesy of Red Dot Design Museum

A Preview Of The Future
Red Dot Design Museum – Singapore
From October 5, 2019

“A Preview of the Future” – over 300 award winning futuristic design concepts from the Red Dot Award for Design Concept are carefully selection based on strict criteria such as the degree of innovation, realisation possibility, functionality, aesthetic quality, emotional content and impact by an international jury panel of design experts. Only the best are on showcase.


Exhibition: A Preview Of The FutureImage courtesy of Red Dot Design Museum


Red Dot Award For Design Concept is organised from Singapore and is the leading international design award among all kinds of inventions, novelty designs and aesthetic designs that are not in the market.

The award received a total of 5,640 entries from 55 countries in 2018.  An estimated 6,600 design studios, companies, universities, research laboratories, inventors, design students and design professionals from all over the world have submitted to the award. This exhibition will be available at the Red Dot Design Museum Singapore from 5th October 2019.

more. www.museum.red-dot.sg


Exhibition: A Preview Of The FutureImage courtesy of Red Dot Design Museum

Exhibition: A Preview Of The FutureImage courtesy of Red Dot Design Museum

Exhibition: A Preview Of The FutureImage courtesy of Red Dot Design Museum




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