Forty, Filipino and Fabulous!

The PSID graduating batch of 2007 are showcasing their talent at the Paseo Center in Salcedo Village starting September 29th.

”We are celebrating the union of CFIP and PSID with a breakthrough interior design exhibit. All 19 booths are carefully planned, researched and executed to promote the ingenuity and creativity of Filipino-designed furniture pieces in fabulous interior settings, and to emphasize the importance of furniture as an indispensable element in creating interiors that work,” explains PSID professor Jie Pambid.

PSID is the country’s premiere institution in interior design education, established in 1967 by Engr. Augustine Cancio and Herminia Cancio-Layug, with the curriculum conceptualized by interior designer Edith Oliveros, Arch. Lor Calma and National Artist Napoleon Abueva. Since then, PSID has produced a number of successful practitioners and has been consistent in topping the local board examinations for interior design.


If you’re planning on redecotrating your house or just appreciate great interior design, you will surely enjoy all the booths on exhibit. In line with this year’s theme, each booth incorporates various indigenous Filipino materials like abaca, raffia and bamboo ito their design. Representatives from each booth are always on hand to answer any question you may have about their exhibit.

The exhibit will be open to the public starting September 30, and will run until October 31th. Admission is free.

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