Buffer

Time Travel & Practical Interior Design Mix at PSID Exhibit

Aptly taglined in the vernacular as “Espasyo at Panahon“, which literally translates “Space and Time“, this year’s Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) Advance Class of 2018 exhbit will leave you visually amazed as they showcase their ideas and creativity in interior design.

JUXTAPOSE: PSID 2018 Exhibit

Old, historic structures and new design ideas, yes they can harmoniously go together, and the PSID Advance Class of 2018 shows just how when they present “JUXTAPOSE: Espasyo at Panahon”, until Oct. 31, 2018 at the Santolan Town Plaza in San Juan City.

The PSID graduation exhibit explores adaptive reuse as a solution to design problems by repurposing old buildings or sites for a function other than what it was originally built for.

Philippine School of Interior Design

Juxtapose: Philippine School of Interior Design Exhibit

Co-presented by Santolan Town Plaza and in partnership with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the exhibit showcases 17 booths that challenge proponents of cultural heritage conservation, developers, and the audience to find creative solutions in the restoration and rehabilitation of historic structures. It also seeks to impart a sense of heritage to Filipinos with a further understanding and appreciation of our cultural and historical identity.

The exhibit is divided into three galleries: Tahanan, Pangkalakal, and Pang-industriya, where forgotten historical structures are given relevance once again and given design concepts such as bars, cafes, specialty stores, wellness centers, among others.

The Tahanan gallery focuses on residential buildings like the iconic Bahay na Bato, and features booths such as “The bar beneath…in San Juan”, “The Vigan Atelier”, “Small Space, Big Living”, “Modern Filipino Haven”, “Bridal Boudoir”, and the “Marahuyo Spa and Tea House”.

Juxtapose

PSID Juxtapose

The Pangkalakal gallery presents booths reminiscent of Escolta and Avenida Rizal’s commercial streetscapes like the “La Moneda Bookshop and Café”, “CC Café + Creatives”, “Little Café Museum”, “Café 308”, “Kusina Aduana”, and “Below Zero Gelateria”.

The Pang-industriya gallery highlights design solutions for old industrial sites as can be seen in the booths “13 Fit Street”, “Dor-Moderno”, “Station No. 15”, “Polo Estacion”, and “KM 102 Gentleman’s Barber Lounge”.

JUXTAPOSE proudly shares this celebration of heritage and ingenuity with Abenson, All Home, Apo Floors, Boysen, Cafe Ilustrado, CW Home Depot, Designery, Edison Electric Integrated Inc., Eubiq, Fineza Decorative Renderers, Fyrelyn Industries, Habitat, HMT Industries, Icon Graphics, Ilaw Atbp./LitesPlus, Jo-Liza Arts & Antiques, Keystone Lamps & Shades, La Europa Ceramica, Matimco, Stockwell Café + Lounge, Schema, Spectrum by Larry’s, Tierra Plants, Toto, and Uratex.

The exhibit is also supported by ANC, Business Mirror, INQUIRER.net, inqPOP!, Magic 89.9, Malaya Business Insight, Modern Living Home, The Manila Times, and WhenInManila.com.

JUXTAPOSE PSID

JUXTAPOSE: Espasyo at Panahon

Explore more about life and style from Blogger Manila through email subscription here. Like our Facebook Page, Twitter @BloggerManila, and on Instagram. (Photos in this article are mostly form my travel blog ‘Let’s Go Sago!’)

Congratulations to all the students of PSID and the creative minds behind the Juxtapose Exhibit!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *