PSID Exhibit (Part 2)

3:08:00 AM

Here's the second batch of the PSID exhibit. If you haven't seen the first one, it's next to this post. I'm pretty sure this will make much for sense if you read that first. :)

..........................................PLASTIC...........................................
This dining room is so fresh and innovative. Those ceiling details are cut-out pipes clustered to create that look. Those white bambooesque branch at the back are also pipes, and the dining table stand too!


This bathroom is inspired by the yin and yang. Combination of curvy and straight, black and white. It has a sense of serenity.


..........................................PAPER...........................................
I'm drawn to colors and pattern so this I really like. Might not be everyone's cup of tea, but it's just so fun. All the cabinet doors, the bar detail, and even the light fixtures are made of cardboard.



This space = sweet dreams. And this is not even a bedroom! It's just so calm, and soft, and lovely. Most of it are paper mache finished. They even used cut-out tissue rolls to create a patterned wall. Say hello to the gorgeous ceiling...



..........................................STEEL...........................................
I love the tension between feminine and masculine in this space. The dainty accent wall to ceiling steelworks, with the very macho aircraft-part dining table; the pale turquoise and rich pink, with the deep grays and blacks; the soft sheer drapes, with the hard and shiny steels -irony at its best.


This space takes inspiration from copper. Not only by the use of material, but by the overall feel of the room too. It's warm and inviting, the coppery colors together with some of its complimentary hue.


..........................................CEMENT...........................................
Cement finish are always perceived as the starting point, then you'll go to painting, or whatever you do to cover it up. But raw cement finish with just a top coat is so in right now. Just look at this space. It has a very industrial vibe going on, and I'm sure it's so durable too. I want to take home all that frames, the mirrors, the poofs, and if I can fit that giant cove seating in our house, I'll take that too!



A super whimsical girls' bedroom. Alice in the Wonderland inspired with a touch of goth. All the finishes in this space are so fun and creative!


..........................................STONE...........................................
The dark stone walls are mixed with the bright yellows, and the organic stones are mixed with modern cabinetry, to balance this kitchen out. The kitchen feels spacious and very functional.


A very graphic wall accents the whole space. This room has a lot of movement and curves which is very sexy. Loving their take on a wing back chair.


There you go, all the booths presented at this year's PSID exhibit. I was actually contemplating on going back to school. Might do it someday, the students inspired me. I might not have the patience and time to go through it right now, my lazy side feels like it's done with studying, but never say never right? Oh how I do hope they have some sort of a crash course or short study of interior design. I would love to take that! Though I'm pretty sure everything needed to be learned doesn't fit in any crash course. It takes a lot of time. I'm doing yet another nonsense blab, so there it is. Visit their exhibit -their design are even better in person! :)

Jak 'en Poy: An Interior Design Exhibit of Sustainable Proportions
October 1-31,2011
SM North Edsa (Beside the Block)

3 comments

  1. you could try SOFA for short courses, but i think they're more into aesthetics & decorating :)

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  2. those are gorgeous!

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  3. Never been to an interior design exhibit and this one seems really good and interesting. I'll probably drop by. Thanks for sharing.

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

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