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National Design Centre, Singapore
(3.3/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Saya berada di tempat ini untuk menghadiri sebuah konferensi, dan ternyata gedung ini merupakan tempat yang menarik untuk mempelajari mengenai seni dan desain. Bangunannya sendiri merupakan bangunan k...  more »
  • We had some expectation because its Singapore Design Week. However, this centre is really nth special. The layouts and products are not attractive too. We wait so long for the coffee at Kapok........ ...  more »
  • Visited the National Design Centre where the Nightscape 2050 Exhibition is taking place from 24 Oct to 21 Nov. We found the review of Singapore's Nightscape (from 1800 to 2050) worthy of a closer look...  more »
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  • Great place to hang out and enjoy the exhibits, cafe and kapok shop. It's also home to a prototyping lab with laser machines etc. on the first level and other offices on the upper levels. Their lecture hall and exhibition spaces are usually nicely decorated and they hold intriguing exhibits all-year-round. This design centre is worth visiting.
  • A very pleasant experience. Was at the SG50 exhibit earlier today and enjoyed the curated experience although I felt it was a bit underwhelming for all of 50 years worth of design. Nonetheless a few surprising facts about SG design popped up allowing me to appreciate a bit of the design history past. A nice stopover if you are in the vicinity.
  • There are always exhibitions ongoing for months inside so feel free to just step in and explore. First floor is a large space usually for exhibitions, second and third floors are compact open space offices. From what I heard, top floors houses the DesignSingapore Council.
  • Visited the National Design Centre again for Singa Pasar 2016. It is one of my fav public spaces with regular markets and exhibitions. There is a connecting cafe and retail store with a strong focus on local brands.
  • One of my favourite places in town with Kapok, a cafe, and loads of design inspirations and conversations taking place! Definitely a chill out corner that would be rare to find in a place so central! 😁😁 Has ramps for wheelchair accessibility too to the backyard cafe!