Today, August 24, 5pm at the Atrium A of SM City Sucat. The exhibit gave the shoppers a glimpse of how millennials transform humdrum living spaces into livable, pleasant, inspired, and impressive homes with the launch of Live x Design, a special exhibit showcasing the works of students from the country’s premier design school, the prestigious Philippine School of Interior Design.
The design concept is composed of using design elements of natural materials, pale colors and minimalist shapes from Scandinavian design with a mix of Minimalist design elements such as the use of industrial materials and geometric forms in an open-concept space. The combination of the two styles give off a laid-back feel and simplicity but also shows off a bit of sophistication. Here are some tips on how to achieve this design
The BEDROOM group consist of Dani Pangalangan, Sophia Gandionco, Edraline Pingol, and Angel Co
The theme is Memphis - design movement founded by Ettore sotsass. Characterized by playful design with the bombardment of colors, asymmetrical shapes all put together.
DINING ROOM group consist of Angelie Cadayona, Michelle Del Agua, Cerlin Anne Lim, and Katia Marie Toledo
The booth design centers on wall with abstract geometric patterns. IT conveys energy and motion. The wall has hues of blue and orage which are complementary. A small space with the right connection to the owner's surroundings can help him achieve a lot at his home office.
HOME OFFICE group consist of Jonjon Jardenil, Leo Jardenil, Pamae Caminero, Mariel Consolacion, and Cee Raganon
The booth design is Tropical Living Room. They used bright and light colors to create an illusion of bigger space and they made us of dead spaces for storage and shelving units to maximize the space.
LIVING ROOM group consist of Jenevive Javier, Thea Perez, Kaye Tumbaga, and Bettina Rellosa
You can visit the booths starting today August 24 until August 31. The designers used bright and light colors to create an illusion of bigger space and they made us of dead spaces for storage and shelving units to maximize the space.
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