Red Dot Design Concept Award – Winner Exhibition 2020
Future products in real life
Red Dot Design Museum Singapore Exhibition
Since 2005, the design concept award has been identifying and celebrating new design concepts and innovations, the Red Dot Design Museum Singapore has been alongside providing a platform to showcase these winning works. Being the physical embodiment of the award, it is the only location to find these ideas manifested into prototypes and models. From new fabrics to outdoor recreational equipment to home furniture to SOS products, designers and design teams from all over the world submitted their solutions that resolved issues close to their heart.
The Deployable Emergency Shelter explores how snow capture can be used as a natural insulator and protective layer in extremely cold environments. The shelter was tested in Alaska during a month-long expedition. The prototype and accompanying film is available only at the museum.
Metabolist Regeneration of a Dementia Nation is a film by Singapore architect Jerome Ng that proposes on an alternative vision of an important icon of a Metabolist building currently facing demolition in Singapore.
The SWOOSH Snowsailer is a well-used prototype, it sails like a sailboat, windsurfer or kite on snow and ice, raising its sails and letting the wind take hold. On a break from testing, the life-sized prototype will be on display in the museum for a year.
Barrisol Lumigon Lamp is a futuristic, ecological and human-centric lighting design. Taking advantage of a lightweight metal and unique fabrics, this huge pendant almost defies gravity and is almost completely recyclable.
UN/LIMITED provides cyclists with space based on their needs. An adaptable backpack that can accommodate unexpected items but also be compressed into a form suited for better mobility.
Little Hoppa is a multi-use, beautifully designed, planet-friendly product that stimulates children’s imaginations at the same time making a style statement in the modern parent’s home.