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Kohler tackles new design trends, concepts

Global kitchen and bath products maker Kohler Co., recently held its first-ever design forum in the Philippines.

At the event were (from left to right):  Kohler Philippines country manager Jonathan Kwong;  Asia Pacific director- marketing Kesinee Charoenchitpaisarn; BLINK founder and CEO Clint Nagata; Atelier Almario founder and creative director Cynthia Almario; Atelier Almario principal interior designer Ivy Almario; PDP Architects manager for business development Matthew Pirante-Pérez; Kohler Asia Pacific president Angel Yang; Kohler SEA general manager Adam Quek; Kohler director-design consulting Annie Sim; and host Manolet Garcia.
The event served as a platform for designers to share experiences and exchange ideas for new inspirations and innovative design creations.

This year’s forum focused on the company brand’s perspective of the year, “experiential luxury.” The concept encourages these designers to embrace a new mindset – to create rich and dynamic environments that indulge the senses on multiple levels through the harmonious union of technology, color, pattern, and material, thereby challenging the limits of design. 

Forum speakers shared their definition of experiential luxury, and how they apply this design concept to their creations.  

Topics: Kohler Philippines , Design , Luxury , Technology

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