Healthcare 2030: The Future of a Distributed System

NUS students from the Division of Industrial Design and Department of Architecture presented an exhibition that addressed the challenge posed by Philips APAC Centre. The exhibition, hosted at the National Design Centre, features five design solutions that address different scales and experiential touch points.

Creative Team
Creative Director : Melvin Tan
Graphic Designer(s) : Charlie Allen
Ng Sheng Yong
George Dutton

Down the Pipeline of Singapore Healthcare

The project explore solutions for a speculative evolution of healthcare environments. The exhibition showcases a comprehensive process of collaborative learning, interdisciplinary thinking, research, and design by the students. With changing societal behaviours, cultural norms, and increased accessibility supported by emerging technologies, these healthcare solutions presented should allow visitors to envision what could become a reality in the near future.

Envisioning the Evolution of Healthcare

The exhibition’s visual identity maps healthcare dynamics through symbols and colours, conveying imagery and mood. Patterns from afar show clear shifts or abstractions, creating an interconnected city. By stacking layers, we can illustrate the depth of integrated systems, creating a pattern effect that adds visual interest and embodies the ever-changing healthcare environment.