PSID Exhibit (part 1)

5:00:00 AM

Every year, the graduating students of the advance class of PSID holds an exhibit of their work. This year, I was invited to the Press day, an advance viewing before it opens to the public. I never realized that this little blog of mine is considered "press" it sounded so legit. Haha.. But of course I went, and was so inspired with what they created.

This year's exhibit is called Jak 'en Poy: An Interior Design Exhibit of Sustainable Proportions. Basically, each group is assigned a sustainable material that they need to work with and incorporate in the majority of their design. Since it's 10 materials times 2 groups each times tons of pictures and inspirations, I divided this post in two parts. 


..........................................GLASS...........................................
The walls, floors, and furniture are all made of glass or mirror. This is a modern take on an Egyptian inspired bedroom. Love the high-gloss feel a glass does to a wall, it did make it much more glamorous.


A very striking black and white living room inspired by The Crystal Palace. A graphic photo of the said structure serves as the drawing point of this space. The arch ceiling and walls are clad with mirrors. It's so pristine! 



..........................................BAMBOO...........................................
I love the warm atmosphere of this kitchen. Bamboo was used through out - lighted post, chairs, cabinets. The combination of black and bamboo gave this space a richer feel.


This bathroom is very organic looking, from the soak tub, to the shower wall panels, and even the light fixtures. This look is perfect for a spa retreat -very relaxing.



..........................................RUBBER...........................................
Loving the graphic red rubber ceiling and wall. Those random shelving nooks are also great. Makes this space so unique.


Someday I will have my very own oversized tufted headboard. A very girly punk boudoir, with rubber touches everywhere - floors, mirror, and yes, that graphic girl is made out of rubber too.



..........................................WOOD...........................................
The use of wood in this kitchen is very unexpected. Those drop ceiling details, the counter, and shelves are so fun. Also loving the use of different stains/wood tones. 


Wood as a bathroom tile? Yup. They used wood to create that mosaic on the shower, tub, and sink area . That would also look amazing as an accent wall in any part of a house, it would warm up the space and add so much drama and texture. I'm inspired.



..........................................MUD...........................................
This space is genius. I like the zoning -living, lounge, and work area, and the overall feel of the space is so inviting. Pot lights? Yes please.


Another black and white done right. I'm all for color, but I wouldn't mind having this glamorous bathroom. Love how they divided the space and had the elevated bath area.


See, I told you, so much inspiration here! Watch out for part 2 for another batch of eye candy.

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The exhibit is open to public this whole month of October at
SM North Edsa (beside The Block)
Go and take a look at this spaces up close! :)


1 comments

  1. Very interesting, I'd like to go and see them.

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for dropping by. I'd love to hear what you think! :)

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