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for the visually impaired
Booth 13: BEYOND SIGHT
Floor markings serve as guides
Nicely-done quote on the walls taken from the Little Prince done in braille- "What is essential is invisible to the eye." The color scheme is also inspired by the book!
Booth 14: BEYOND THE NAKED EYE
Booth 15: PHOSPHORESCENCE
The angles on the sides of the counters mark the center and act as guides for the visually-impaired user
LOVE the lines of light. The path markings made by the smooth and rough textured flooring look great, too.
Viewed the exhibit on press day with Aivan, who wore his print-on-print outfit really well. Oh, and see that induction stove? It's actually just glass marked with silver pens. Great DIY feature since the sponsor only allowed pull-outs for gas stoves.
Booth 16: SENSORED (Lanai)
Booth 17: MIDNIGHT RHAPSODY
Booth 18: INDUSTRIALEYEZED
Love how they pulled off a glam-industrial look with the concrete and different colors & textures.
for the elderly
Booth 19: TO WITHSTAND THE TEST OF TIME
Booth 20: SWEET ESCAPE
Cute herb garden on the side :)
Booth 21: LASTING BELVEDERE
Likin' this super homy kitchen
Booth 22: DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH
Booth 23: H2 BRELD
GABAY: Dibuhong Umaakay creates awareness on interior design as a tool, wherein exhibit audiences will appreciate more the daily challenges faced by people with disabilities and be encouraged to institute solutions for assisted living, ultimately creating a barrier-free society.
This exhibit is open for the whole month of October! It is open to the public and admission is FREE!
GABAY: Dibuhong Umaakay
SM North Edsa, Quezon City (at the former Super Sale Club)
open from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Congratulations to the PSID Graduating Batch 2012!