We are not going to pick the top or most awesome interior designs from EVOLUTION: A Philippine School of Interior Design Batch 2016 Past, Present, Future exhibit show happening on September 29 to October 30, 2016 at The Square in Greenfield District, Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City. Rather, from the brilliant minds of the 140 students of PSID, we will feature the dynamic nature of design through their works. Dean Pojie Pambid, assigned these students and formed 24 teams whom will be presenting the 24 booths of 3 galleries: Past, Present, and Future.
It’s not easy to pick 5 or 10 best interior designs because from the 24 collaborations, every concept and presentation are painstakingly put up with efforts as part of the graduating students’ thesis project.
It is the 49th year for PSID and with this year’s concept, Pambid chose the past, present, and future themed gallery to represent the different era and inspirations of interior design.
Partner brands sponsored the students from raw materials, furniture, lighting, decorations, to paint jobs to make the interior design stand out in every details the students want to project. Mounted in cooperation with Devant, Uratex, Boysen, Hafele, Bosch, Blanco Germany, Gornje, Dexterton, La Europa Ceramica, Songdream, Nordlux, Matimco, AG Murals, Mity Mike, Larry’s Curtain, Mainline, Fineza, and Ilaw Atbp., the EVOLUTION exhibit is set to showcase 24 exquisitely-designed spaces that represent different time periods and various inspiration from the past, present, and the future.
From the works of famous interior designers, booths 1-8 got their inspired work filled with classic designs that matches the past era of interior designs.
The students showcased some retro type of house interiors from the living room to the bedroom spaces.
This gallery was to present the yesteryear’s of interior design, showcasing how mid-century styles have influenced today’s interior design standards. The Past gallery will take exhibit-goers through a trip down memory lane with looks inspired by the 1940s to the 1970s. Booths will capture the essence of illustrious designers from this time period such as FinnJuhl, Eero Aarnio, Alvar Aalto, Eero Saarinen, Charles Eames, Hans Wegner, Warren Platner, and Arne Jacobsen.
The student teams of booths 9-16 got their inspirations from today’s modern and timeless designs which we think was the easiest from the three galleries. The genre gave the gallery a contemporary spin. Classic styles meet modern trends in an up-to date gallery that will discuss the eclectic nature of present-day design. Styles such as Tropical, Filipino, Japanese, Mediterranean, Chinese, Moorish, Victorian, and Baroque are presented in an unexpected yet elegant fusion.
Forecasting future designs that will dominate next year’s interior designs was a challenge for the remaining teams. The booths from 17-24 present a year forward to interior design giving exhibit-goers a glimpse of what’s to come in the Future gallery. The student-designers have conducted thorough research to come up with fearless forecasts on what the future of design looks like based on the trends today. Promising possible trends to be covered include Avant Garde Industrial, Tech and Trendy, Metallic Glam, Rustic Lux, Eclectic Elegance, organic Opulence, Design Deconstructed, and Funk Art.
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