Red Dot Design Museum (Part 1 of 3)

The Red Dot Museum has it’s headquarters in Germany. The museum in Singapore is one of the largest design museums in Asia so I’m so glad I got a chance to view the products and the cool futuristic yet highly functional designs. I had mistakenly thought Red Dot equals Singapore, but Red Dot is actually the name of the German Design museum and the design award. For instance iPhone 4 won red dot’s best of the best award and I think this product totally deserves the accolade.

What luck that we didn’t pop by on a Wednesday or Thurday as it’s closed then.

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A bunch of stackable bottles that go together like lego was the first thing we saw.

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We could take photos with ease as photography is allowed here. The museum was totally empty when we went, so I think it’s a good idea to do this to promote the museum. I didn’t even know it existed till today and all by chance.

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The designs here were all sleek and modern. I can appreciate these, but for a home I tend to prefer nordic or cosy shabby chic vintage. I find modern designs a bit cold sometimes. A bit too night club like.

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These would look great in commercial type buildings.

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The jigsaw gold ring captivated me.

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Very trendy spectacles for the chic looking designer I guess.

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All the products on display won the red dot design award including the nespresso pixie which I have been lusting over.

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The red on this car is just the perfect shade of red. I was thinking for lipstick or nail polish as well. I prefer blue undertones rather than warmer yellow undertones.

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There was even lighting within this bathtub.

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A lit up sink. Again, perfect in a night club, no?

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This lamp allows you to turn off certain panels.

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Like this.

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It was all about lighting in the first section of the museum.

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