Coming to HDB Hub for an appointment? Make sure you pop by LIVINGSPACE, HDB’s gallery for all visitors!

Comprising 8 themed spaces with interactive exhibits, this gallery at HDB Hub takes you on a journey to experience the transformation of Singapore’s public housing over the years. Here’s a sneak peek before your visit!

1. HomeScape

Begin your journey at Level 1 with panoramic views of the HDB heartland at the HomeScape space. Through a series of videos, immerse yourself in the picturesque vistas of HDB towns and experience Singapore’s public housing landscape from a different perspective.

2. Journey Space

As you enter the gallery at Basement 1 of HDB Hub, take a walk through Journey Space, where an interactive video wall highlighting key moments from Singapore’s public housing story awaits. At the same time, experience the evolution of the heartland over the past 6 decades through a photo montage exhibition.

The essence of HDB living is captured through the eyes of Singapore’s younger generation in this beautiful mural titled ‘Impressions of Home’ by students from Pathlight School.

3. Plan Space

Make your way to Plan Space and learn more about HDB’s plans to build well-designed and sustainable towns through a variety of tactile exhibits such as 3D models and informative videos.

4. Eco Space

At Eco Space, discover the development of cutting-edge solutions that help create a smart and more liveable environment for residents. Take a closer look at HDB’s urban innovations and sustainability solutions that have been rolled out across HDB towns, such as the floating wetland systems deployed at My Waterway @ Punggol.

6. Create Space

A multi-touch showcase at Create Space helps visitors understand more about Singapore’s successful public housing programme, from its key policies to diverse housing options. Also, discover how HDB has continuously rejuvenated its towns, such as Toa Payoh, to meet residents’ needs!

7. Share Space

Vibrant communities are integral to every HDB town. At Share Space, find out how HDB has, through supporting a variety of initiatives, facilitated and enabled community initiatives that foster stronger community bonds.

8. Future Space

Ever thought about what the homes of tomorrow would be like? Upcoming plans in new housing areas at Punggol Point, Tengah and Tampines North are on display at Future Space. You can also share your hopes and aspirations for HDB living in the future here.

Have you thought about what the homes of tomorrow would be like? Upcoming plans in new housing areas at Punggol Point, Tengah and Tampines North are on display at the Future Space. You can also share your hopes and aspirations for HDB living in the future here.

Curious about HDB’s newest town, Tengah? Catch a glimpse of how Tengah was planned through the wide-screen displays, projection mapping and interactives at the Theatre.

Before concluding your tour of LIVINGSPACE, check out the one-of-a-kind ‘Flavours of the Heartland’ vending machine and its curated collection of merchandise comprising of LEGO kits, keychains and magnets that are inspired by iconic HDB buildings and playgrounds.

Lastly, commemorate your visit with a photo against the iconic Dragon Playground, re-created at LIVINGSPACE. You can even relive your childhood by going down the slide!

LIVINGSPACE is open from Mondays to Saturdays, 8:30am to 5:00pm. Admission is free. No time to visit in person? Check out the  Virtual Gallery.

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