Awesome Ways To Use Gold in your Design Concepts | Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) Gold Exhibit

September 30, 2017


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PSID or the Philippine School of Interior Design remains to be the undisputed premiere school for Interior Design for 5 decades and running. To celebrate the school's golden anniversary, this year's theme showcases luxurious and glamorous designs that also celebrate comfort, functionality, opulence, and cost efficiency.

The designs give inspiration on how to use gold, it's color and properties, and how you can interpret this into our homes.

Here are some of the design concepts that caught my attention for all the right reasons:
(in no particular order)

Student's Gallery


The Students Gallery will exhibit interiors conceptualized and constructed by the 72 pupils of PSID Advanced Class of 2017, as well as students from the PSID-AHLEN Institute. The graduating students will showcase design concepts that capture the essence of luxury, opulence, and glamour as finishes and materials take center stage to elicit an ambiance that caters to sophistication and sense of style.

Eclectic Elegance


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Modern Deconstructivism


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Contemporary Egyptian


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Here are some of the works of the Alumni and teachers at said exhibit. For the first time in PSID’s history of graduation exhibits, the school’s students, alumni, and faculty have joined forces and showcase their brightest design ideas for GOLD. The exhibit will be divided into three galleries.

Alumni and Teachers Exhibit:

Also a first for the PSID exhibit is the Faculty Gallery. Select professors and instructors of the PSID, namely Michael Pizarro, Mark Perez and Vianca Anonuevo, Gino and Karen Abrera, Jigs Adefuin, Mary Anne Bulanadi, and Chat Fores will also showcase their works to help commemorate the school’s anniversary. Pitted side-by-side with the works of PSID students both past and present, the Faculty Gallery will be a testament to PSID’s elite design training. 
Meanwhile, the Alumni Gallery is a “blast from the past” of sorts with already established PSID alumni such as Chitz Legaspi and Lalyn Nivera participating again in a graduation exhibit. It is a way for the alumni to relive the challenges and experiences of creating a booth for the graduation exhibit and apply what they have learned, both from the school and in the practice to evoke a sense of nostalgia.



Vianca Anonuevo and Mark Perez (Living room)


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Mary Ann Venturina Bulanadi (Den / Study Room)


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Stephanie Yan


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Jigs Adefuin


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Pam Lagura and Erza Halili


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“GOLD” is a carefully planned, extensively researched exhibit that perfectly celebrates PSID’s five decades of design education. For the past half-century, PSID has been known to produce groundbreaking exhibits that become the benchmark of interior design shows in the academe, and are considered go-to events for architects, fellow interior designers, design enthusiasts, and the general public to learn more about world-class Filipino design and innovative interiors that come to life. PSID brings interior design a notch higher each year, presenting exhibits that challenge the graduating batch to showcase their repertoire of design skills and the PSID mark of excellence.


 It will be open on October 1-31 , 2017 at Uptown Mall in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. 
Co-presented by Megaworld, and mounted in cooperation with Boysen, Schema, Shell Canvas, La Europa, Designery, Daikin, and Tecson Flowers, the exhibit is set to showcase an array of 24 exquisitely-designed spaces that highlight the trends of the decades in which the school has offered design students quality training mixed with the aesthetic of luxury, opulence, and glamour.




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1 comments

  1. I always love learning Interior Design.With engineer background,I try to learn such interior design concepts by reading books and magazines,following online courses etc.This school seems a great place to study the subjects in the proper way.It also has beautiful interior and concepts which creates a good learning environment.

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