Sunday, October 26, 2014

Around the World with Globalscapes

I had the privilege of meeting the graduating batch of the Philippine School of Interior Design. This year, as part of their thesis, they culminated the semester with an exhilirating 1-month exhibit at SM North Edsa called "Globalscapes".

Grandiose, well-lit ceilings took center stage inspired by magnificent sights across various continents.

This cannopy reminds me of a delicate lotus. Others think it looks like a windmill.

This magnificent baobab tree truly lights up this South African safari inspired living room.

Feel like Indian royalty as you swing with delight in this guest room. The intricately carved posts would fill you with awe; even Sita & the monkeys will be amazed.

The intricateness of this Turkish bath would make anyone giddy with glee as it seems to be gilded with golden light. Notice how the ceiling appears to be cut from a place of worship.

The Philippine-inspired living room boasts of the richness of Philippine textiles. The ceiling evokes the illusion of the Amihan.

What's your flavor? This Mexican living room reminded me of the witch's house made out of candy& bread in Hansel & Gretel. The colors just look oh so yummy.

Russian Matryoshka dolls perk up the mood of this colorful dining room. Go forth& multiply!:))

Viva EspaƱa! Just look how the flamenco dancer flares up the shower.

Peek-a-boo! Eye see the TV!:p

This gigantic dream catcher will inspire you to dream more dreamy dreams while brightening up the room.

And..who says you can't wear earrings in the kitchen?:p

Want to see more? Globalscapes is open til the end of October. So before you party for Halloween, head over to SM North & be amazed with the innovativeness of this year's PSID graduating batch. Stay inspired!


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