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Step Into  2026︎︎︎

DECK’s new building

The new three-storey building will be three times bigger than the preceding container art centre. The new DECK will house three galleries, a blackbox theatre, a photobook library, a bookstore, and an F&B establishment. It will be anchored permanently at 120A Prinsep Street within an eclectic neighbourhood surrounded by art schools, co-working spaces, residential quarters, strata malls and places of worship.


Architect

LAUD Architects Pte Ltd


Gross Floor Area

1,127.67 sqm (12,138 sqf)



Gallery 1

DECK brings worlds of photography to Singapore through international showcases by renowned artists who have defined the contemporay medium from around the globe.


Gallery 2

At the vanguard of photography development, DECK leads Singapore and Southeast Asia’s arts scene with exhibitions by mid-career and established photographers.


Gallery 3

To support generations of emerging artists, DECK provides a platform for young art talents to explore and push the boundaries of the photographic medium in their new creations. 


Blackbox Theatre

A flexible space to hold seminars, public talks, and screenings. The Blackbox will also spearhead the innovative development of media arts by new talents in Singapore and Southeast Asia.




Photobook Library

DECK has an existing library collection of 7,823 photobooks and self-publications by artists from all over the world. It also comprises Southeast Asia’s most comprehensive repository of 1,600 Steidl-published art books.


Cafe & Bookshop

A sanctuary to nourish and fuel visitors between appointments, classes and gallery visits. The cafe and bookshop is a merriment of design and the lived experience.

DECK is currently on the lookout for F&B providers to journey with us.
For more information contact us [here].


Green Belt

A conduit between Prinsep Street and Bencoolen; connecting our neighbouring art schools Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and LASALLE College of the Arts to foster creative exchange.


Bike Park

Envisioning a car-lite street in the future, DECK’s Bike Park along Prinsep Street accommodates 15 bicycle stands and two parking lots.