Entitled, "Gabay: Dibuhong Umaakay," this year's exhibit showcasing the works of PSID's Advance Class is about creating spaces for the handicapped. The groups of students were randomly assigned living spaces for the visually-impaired, the hearing-impaired, the orthopedically-challenged and the elderly. Many were challenged by this theme but their innate talents managed to outshine whatever difficulties they encountered.
|L-R: Eunice Chang, Marc Gutierrez, Nicole Tan|
This post is but a sneak peek of the exhibit, sharing with you Booth no.6 that my sister and her three classmates designed and realized for their graduating project. (One of them is not in the photo because she just gave birth to a beautiful baby boy.) They were assigned to build a Master bathroom for the hearing-impaired.
They added color-lighting features so that the tenant would know when someone's at the door or if they're being called from another part of the house. They also made the space visually open for free-flowing movement.
Who wouldn't love to do their business here? I could take all my readings and spend hours in here.
See how pretty the details are? I loved that they accessorized even the smaller areas of the bathroom.
And as usual, the whole family is there to support my dear sister. Congratulations for the excellent job!
The PSID Exhibit 2012 is currently ongoing Mondays to Sundays until the 31st of October 2012. It is being held at SM North Edsa's Interior Zone at the former Supersale Club.
Admission is FREE.
Support out budding Interior Designers and see how promising they all are. See you there!