Fans, table, lamp, bag named Katha’s best
April 24, 2016 - table lamp
This time, a satisfactory was hold from Apr 21 to 24 during a World Trade Center in Pasay City instead of a SMX Convention Center.
Said CITEM executive executive Rosvi Gaetos: “It was only a matter of timing, since then, SMX was entirely booked, and we could not get a dates that we wanted. The dates to Manila FAME are really important, since then, it has to be within a shopping circuit of Hong Kong and Canton.”
The Design Center of a Philippines was brought in this year to uncover prototypes and materials, and there are some-more participants for Artisans Village, with member from Albay, Cagayan, Davao, and Laguna, she said.
Design Week Philippines was launched progressing this month in Intramuros, highlighting a skeleton of a Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and CITEM. “We only launched Intramuros as a artistic environment,” pronounced Ms. Gaetos.
In a speech, DTI Secretary Adrian Cristobal, Jr., discussed skeleton for transforming a area along Gil Puyat Ave. nearby a universe Trade Center. “We’re going to spin this into an creation center, an creation hub, if we will.” He discussed building a “co-working space area,” “where startups can go, where innovators can go.”
CITEM’s Katha Awards were given out during a press discussion on Apr 21.
The leader for Best Product Design for Furniture was a black console list surfaced with potion from Schema, and designed by Celia Jiao.
Vito Selma’s Henesius Floor Lamp took a esteem for Best Product Design for Home Decor.
Ladies fans by Casa Mercedes, designed by Monhet Olives, won a tip endowment in a Gifts and Holiday Decor Category.
The Adlaw Necklace and Maskara Collection Buwana Clutch, designed by Malou Romero for a code Joanique, won in a conform category.
Finally, Ito Kish came divided with dual awards: for best counter arrangement and a special citation, a Eco-design Award, for the Binhi planters/seats. — JLG