SINGAPORE - Mark your calendars, Singapore Design Week is rolling into town with new programmes and activities, including many that will appeal to the younger crowd.
The annual festival, which is in its sixth edition, celebrates all things design with more than 80 events over two weeks in various locations around Singapore.
Organised by the DesignSingapore Council, the festival will be held from March 4 to 17. Many of the events are free, although some design talks and workshops are ticketed.
An addition this year is Street of Clans, a festival to be held along Bukit Pasoh Road to draw focus to the heritage clan houses in the area such as Chin Kang Huay Kuan and Koh Clan through design installations, workshops, talks, food and live music.