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TOP DESIGNERS CONVERGE IN HOUSE STORE LAUNCH

HOUSE-a high-end furniture concept store launched inspiring design and styles made by different influencers and top notch designers, September 28 at the Uptown Mall Bonifacio in Global City.

Five teams of Lifestyle influencers collaborated with Interior designers to create a vignette using unique furniture pieces from House that will complement their design styles and aesthetics.

First of the competing teams were Patty-Ang, a fashion designer who collaborated with Rachel Le Roux, an interior and spatial designer with their vignette design “Urban Modern”. The second team creation was vignette “Urban Chic”, designed by Shari Macainag, a lifestyle blogger who teamed up with her sister and interior designer Raiza Poquiz.

 Third team were Mars Miranda, a DJ collaborating with Uzel Alconera, an Industrial interior designer. Their vignette design was so-called “Industrial”. The Fourth team who conceptualized a “Minimalist” vignette were Tony Toni, DJ together with his partner a senior designer and managing director of EMN designs, Ella Navarro. And the last competing team who made a vignette design entitled “Modern Glam” were Vanessa Matsunaga, a Model with interior designer Anla Li-tan.

Each competing teams discussed about the styles and designs of their vignette based from House’s objective of having a place of Sanctuary for home lovers and how they’ve worked together as a team.

Owner and managing director of House, Jam Chan, believes that a home represents a person’s taste and lifestyle.  In House “We will help you style your space” she said.

Patty-Ang and Rachel Le Roux got the highest votes from the guests, giving them the special prize for the event. 

Topics: House , Interior Designers
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