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Singapore Design Week 2019

One of Asia’s premier design festivals organised by DesignSingapore Council, will march into its sixth year from 4 to 17 March 2019. The annual SDW will bring together a collection of local and international design activities held in National Design Centre and across Singapore for students, industry professionals and the general public to enjoy. This year’s edition will be built upon the breadth and depth of collaborations formed by key industry partners in its last edition.


Some of the highlight events include, Brainstorm Design, an SDW feature conference led by FORTUNE and Wallpaper*, supported by Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) and DesignSingapore Council. The three-day conference will feature more than 40 speakers from the world’s most influential corporations including IDEO, Amazon and Google.


SingaPlural, an annual design platform showcasing the best in design, and the UNESCO Creative Cities of Design Public Forum, which will see representatives sharing their efforts in designing for impact in education, public policy, business and communication.


The public can expect a blend of talks, immersive entertainment and displays at the Singapore Urban Design Festival, which will bring design to the neighbourhoods, in the form of an experimental festival village within a multi-storey carpark in the heart of Jalan Besar.


For the first time, Street of Clans, a three-day local creative festival by OuterEdit, will be held along Bukit Pasoh Road from 8 to 10 March. The festival will aim to inspire and tell stories of clan associations and businesses through homegrown design installations, talks and workshops amid a celebrative street atmosphere.


SDW 2019 will also see the return of Wallpaper* Handmade 2019, International Furniture Fair Singapore (IFFS) and the Bras Basah.Bugis Public Artworks Street Installations, an open call for artists and designers to submit their concepts for public artworks on Queen Street.


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