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IN KEEPING with the client-owner’s job as a highly paid airlinemechanic, this space evokes an Industrial High-tech theme with touches of glass, steel and concrete.

Stylish despite space limits

IN KEEPING with the client-owner’s job as a highly paid airlinemechanic, this space evokes an Industrial High-tech theme with touches of glass, steel and concrete.
IN KEEPING with the client-owner’s job as a highly paid airlinemechanic, this space evokes an Industrial High-tech theme with touches of glass, steel and concrete.

 

 

For their academic thesis, this year’s graduating students of the Philippine School of Interior Design were made to come up with design approaches to a condominium studio unit.

 

The challenge was to design a very limited space without sacrificing taste and aesthetics.

 

The student theses were exhibited in the show, “Studio 24,” at the Ronac Lifestyle Center in Magallanes Village, Makati.

 

Last Oct. 14, the first batch of the designs were published in the Inquirer. Sunday Lifestyle is running today the rest of the submissions. Alex Y. Vergara

 

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