FabCafe Singapore brings together art, creativity and technology in a bespoke café experience. It combines hand-crafted food and exceptional coffee, with state-of-the-art new fabrication technology, such as 3D printing and laser cutting.
FabCafe is a place for creatives, artists, designers and the maker community. With a variety of programmes, lectures, workshops and informal meet-ups, our regular programmes inspires students, young entrepreneurs, designers, and families to come together, make things, and have fun together.
At FabCafe Singapore at ArtScience Museum, visitors can sample laser-cut macarons, experiment with 3D printing, and learn about the fabrication revolution that is taking the world by storm - all whilst enjoying a fine cup of coffee.
FabCafe started in Tokyo and has since expanded its presence around the world in cities such as Barcelona, Bangkok and Taipei. It makes its debut in Singapore at ArtScience Museum. The founding team of FabCafe Singapore, Brandon Berry Edwards, Wouter van Hest, Adeline Setiawan, and Chris Drury, are four unique talents in the fields of creativity, technology and coffee.
The 'Fab' in FabCafe stands for both 'Fabulous' and 'Fabrication', with the café aiming to be a vibrant destination for people who want to learn about how technology is changing the way we make things, and creating new design, manufacturing, as well as economic possibilities.