FabCafe at ArtScience Museum in Singapore (CLOSED)

FabCafe at ArtScience Museum is located at 6 Bayfront Avenue in Singapore. (UPDATE 2020: THE OUTLET HAS CLOSED)

FabCafe, a bespoke café experience invented in Tokyo, Japan, and brought to Singapore by Brandon Berry Edwards, Wouter van Hest, Adeline Setiawan, and Chris Drury, combines hand-crafted foods and exceptional coffee with state-of-the-art new fabrication technologies such as 3D printing and laser cutting.

FabCafe at ArtScience Museum Singapore.

As a concept, where the term “Fab” comes from both “FABulous’ and “FABrication”, the cafe brings together art, creativity, and technology, inviting you to learn about the fabrication revolution that is taking place everywhere in the world, while enjoying a fine cup of coffee.

FabCafe is a maker space that provides a variety of digital fabrication tools, including laser cutters and 3D printers, with which visitors can bring their digital data, anything from parts and accessories to architectural models, to life.

The cafe also organizes a variety of events, workshops (including coffee workshops), and Meetup gatherings through the year, where products are developed in a short time span by like-minded enthusiasts, designers, technologists, entrepreneurs, architects, scientists, and makers of all kinds.

FabCafe at ArtScience Museum (UPDATE 2020: THE OUTLET HAS CLOSED)
6 Bayfront Avenue, ArtScience Museum
Singapore 018974
Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-7pm

The official Facebook page for FabCafe Singapore is available at www.facebook.com/FabCafeSG.

Following the Facebook page, you’ll be among the first to learn about the upcoming events and Meetups, and other news related to the outlet.