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LiveXDesign: Bringing a Millennial Perspective to Our Homes

Interior Design is the art and science of utilizing a room to achieve a healthy and pleasing space. It is a combination of practicality and aesthetic. The recently launched Live X Design Exhibit at SM City Sucat aims to bring this form of art to attention particularly the works by the new generation, the millennials.

LiveXDesign: Bringing a Millennial Perspective to Our Homes
Live X Design Entrance​
These talented millennials are from the Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID), a school that has produced countless design professionals that made their mark in the industry. The school recognizes a person’s ability to be creative and helps them use it.

The home is where the heart is and the heart is often seen as the cornerstone of expression and personality. The exhibit hopes to inspire people to recreate their homes from a simple, boring house to a creative and IG-worthy home that clearly shows their own unique style. The exhibit has four categories: the home office, dining room, bedroom and the living room. Each room has a unique characteristic to it.

Here are the rooms that were in the exhibit: 

LiveXDesign: Bringing a Millennial Perspective to Our Homes
The Bedroom
This interior design exhibit was made possible with SM Home, SM Hypermarket, Davies Paints and MAARTSY.COM that supported the PSID in this project.

LiveXDesign: Bringing a Millennial Perspective to Our Homes
The Home Office​
For those interested in seeing more of this exhibit, it will be seen at different locations. It runs from August 24-31 at SM City Sucat and will be opened in SM City BF Parañaque on September 3-16 then at SM City Bicutan on September 21-30. Be prepared to be sparked with inspiration with the next stop of LiveXDesign. See you there!    

Topics: Interior Design , Live X Design Exhibit , Philippine School of Interior Design
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