PSID Booth 19

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UploadedOctober 14, 2008
TakenOctober 12, 2008
MakePentax Corporation
ModelPENTAX Optio M50
Exposure1/50 sec at f/3.5
FlashRed Eye, Compulsory Flash
Focal Length6.3 mm
ISO400
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The Philippine School of Interior Design is currently holding E.A.R.T.H. exhibit of 21 carefully planned, extensively researched and masterfully executed interior designs that addressed environmental concerns and created solutions in today's going GREEN program.

The graduates were grouped into four different habitat settings:

Hire Rise Haven - particularly for condominium dwellers;

The Blissful Burbs - meant for sub-urban living or those living outside of Metro Manila;

Sea Sanctuaries - particularly for beach houses; and The peaceful Peaks intended for mountain living at its finest.

The photo above specifically this booth no. 19 of The Peaceful Peaks caught my attention and one of the members Ella Mae Navarro explained their innovative concept of sub dividing the den into 3 major areas that included the Entertaiment Area that served as Mini theater and lounging area with the Mini Bar right next to it and a wall divider secluded a study area where the photo featured a highly creative artwork of a ceiling that had them sourcing out antique book covers and creating what looked like bookshelves overhead.

What struck me are - the extensive use of recycled materials that are by themselves sustainable, the strategically planned areas that can be accessed with ease upon entry from the main door; and of course this veritable artwork of ceilng that had visitors craning their necks to marvel at Filipino ingenuity here...

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