29 September – 31 October 2016
Evolution of Interior design at PSID 2016 Show Exhibition
Venue at: The Square Building, Greenfield District, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City.
The PSID Evolution Exhibition is an annual exhibition by the ﬁnal year students of batch 2016.
Nowadays it seems many of us want to see new concepts, trends and a dash of changing hues into our lifeless spaces. It is something that should reflect the best in us. With the fast paced in life we have the drive to not just reflect but affect the moods and personality to cultivate a space with a touch ups and sparks of inspiration.
Stunning Transformation that represents the “Evolution” A dynamic interior design giving exhibit goers a glimpse of what’s to come in design through past, present and future.
To mark PSID’s 49th year, a major exhibition from the graduating batch of Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) Advanced Class of 2016 present a vintage trends and classic designs of works influenced by mid century design styles in 1940’s by illustrious designers from this time period such as Finn Juhl, Eero Aarnio, AlvarAalto, Eero Saarinen, Charles Eames, Hans Wegner, Warren Platner and Arne Jacobsen takes center stage in the Past gallery.
Past Gallery: Booth 1-8
The Jacobsen Living room is inspired by the iconic era of mid century. From the use of stone and wood elements, to the neutral color scheme accented by bright colors.
Emma Jane Acaba, Aleia Beatrice Aurelio, Margarita Celina Cruz, Jose Martin Dimalatanta, Judith Ann Ochengco, Marieces Simbulan and Justine Villanueva
Adrienne Alonzo, Klarisse Flores, Michelle Hilahan, Jasmine Medeceles, Billy Osias and Dayanor Tan
Lauren Andres, Marinela Atienza, Germaine Flores, Arianne Sherburne, Jean Tinsay, and Ma. Arida Velasquez
Patricia Rianna Angeles, Romualdo Anselmo, Peter Ascano, Elisabeth Caballas, Joanna Cipriano, Karla Domingo, Denise Velasco, and Jolina Turqueza
Alexander Apilado, Atria Badua, Kathryn Mansibang, Frances Medina, Ronald Rivera and Sharmaine Sta. Ana
Meanwhile the present gallery showcased a timeless design styles and gives a contemporary spin. These designs meets the eye of modern trend in an up to date and present concepts. Styles like Tropical, Filipino, Japanese, Mediterranean, Chinese, Moorish, Victorian and Baroque. Presented with Glam and Elegant fusion.
Present Gallery: Booth 9-16
Mark Buensuceso, Anzella Casica, Mariae Evangelista, Lex Guieb, Michelle Lee and Flordeliza Magcale
I’m Super Impress 💖💖💖
This exhibit here at Booth 14 – The Modern Victorian reminds me the office of my favorite Dubai based Fashion Designer Michael Cinco. The 1st Filipino to showcase a collection of stunning haute couture pieces at Paris, Fashion Week. Simplicity and elegance. A space for someone who is classy and organized.
Angela Carlos, Trina Cinco, Kiarra Lorayes, Alyssa Santos, Joan Lindsay Tay and Charmaine Uy
Bianca Chiong, Rica Fernandez, Momina Hayat, Maricar Lastimosa, Denice Marella, Nina Mendoza and Shuzhe Wu
Toilet & Bath
Gabrielle Chua, Sophia Chan, Dianne Lin, Christine Mariano, Eunicr Ong and Janica Uy
Future Gallery: Booth 17-24
The future gallery will give you a glimpse of what the future of design looks like based on trends today and conducted thorough research. Trends like Avant Garde Industrial, tech and trendy, Metallic Glam, Rustic Luxe, Eclectic Elegance, Organic Opulence and Funk Art.
Janneal Chug, Jojo Go, Aaron Lim, Ma. Sarah Eunice Musa, Roxanne Ramos and Gilliane Tipon
Samantha Felisse Concha, Monica Layug, Carizza Leonor, Lynn Ogoy, Flory Paguirigan and Reynaldo Parale
Deborah Conche,Amanda Platon, Anna Constantino, Karla Dimaala, Paula Dizon, Josephine Lozano and Catrina Ortiz
Katherine Guinhawa, Wilhelmina Madarang, Dezi Orsos Casey Uy, Jennifer Vargas and Dianne Versoza
Tech and Trendy
Toilet and Bath
Bianca Limpo, Catherine Mendoza, Catalina Potenciano, Andrea Portugal and Maris hazel Santos
Evolution celebrates the diversity and innovation of these young interior designers and their works. PSID known to produce ground breaking exhibits to learn more about world class Filipino design. Presenting graduating batch to showcase their art work designs and the PSID mark of excellence. Expensively researched that marks the countdown to PSID’s 50th anniversary in 2017.