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Red Dot Museum Relocates to Marina Bay Promenade
By SENATUS Magazine | 26 June 2017

The Red Do Museum announced that following the end of its lease at the Red Dot Traffic building in April this year, that it would relocate to the Marina Bay City Gallery at 11 Marina Boulevard in the last quarter of this year.

The premise at Marina Bay is currently undergoing a six-month period of refurbishment, the museum told Channel NewsAsia.

The new museum will feature several galleries that will play host to exhibitions of award-winning designs. It will also collaborate with partners to host design-related exhibitions and expand its Market of Artists and Designers (MAAD) marketplace, which will be organised at Marina Bay.

The iconic Red Dot Traffic building at 28 Maxwell Road used to house the former Singapore Traffic Police Headquarters and has conservation status. Earlier this year the Ministry of Law announced it would be taken over by the ministry in May as part of the expansion of the adjacent Maxwell Chambers. Its distinctive red colour will also be restored to the original off-white.

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