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Resilience of design

The Philippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID), in partnership with Global-Link Exhibitions Specialist, Inc. (GESI), will hold the 4th edition of Interior & Design Manila (IDMNL) at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex from March 7 to 9. The event will be held  with the Philippines International Furniture Show (PIFS).

Resilience of design

The theme for IDMNL 2019 is “Resilience of Design: Future Spaces.” According to Resilient Design Institute, resilient design is defined as the intentional design of buildings, landscapes, communities, and regions in order to respond to natural and manmade disasters and disturbances-as well as long-term changes resulting from climate change. “Each day is not just about the design we do for our clients, we also would like to make a difference in helping them live in a beautifully resilient home”, said IDr. Gino Lim, exhibit chairman. 

The exhibit is expected to show the latest trends from GRM Biowood Interiors Corp., Landlite Philippines Corp., La Casa Deco, Global Trend Building Materials Specialist, Big Pix Graphics Systems, FerCui Ventures Corp., Ashton Technologies Corp., CT-Eidiya Enterprise, Mobler Enterprises, Teresa Marble Corp., Woodcaretech Marketing Philippines, Yuyukorea.co.kr., CSI Philippines, LC5 and Mach Enterprises, Rich Graphix Brand, S2mit Corp., Timbermate – HMT Industries Corp., and a lot more.For more information about the CPD Convention and Workshop, visit the official website of PIID at www.piid.org.ph.​

Topics: Interior & Design Manila , Philippine Institute of Interior Designers , Global-Link Exhibitions Specialist , Philippines International Furniture Show
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