By Patrick Chia
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Artist, craftsman, engineer, ethnographer,
psychologist, entrepreneur, agent of change –
is a designer one of these or a blend of all? What
is a designer’s role in our current global and social
landscape? The Design Incubation Centre was
established to explore and probe these questions
in depth within a rigourous and research-oriented
context in the Division of Industrial Design at
the National University of Singapore.
Arranged by themes and consisting of
documentary photographs, illustrated sketches,
renderings and diagrams as well as articles and texts,
this book presents an extensive archive of projects
and workshops in product and research development.
Interspersed with insights and reflections from team
members past-and-present, this book serves as a
handbook for designers who seek to incorporate
unique, progressive methods and approaches into
their personal or professional practices as well
as a retrospective monograph on the Design
• Carefully selected exclusive content from the
Design Incubation Centre’s archive
• Over 400 color photographs, charts, notes,
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