Eduardo Doods Dungca II

“What is done in love is done well.” – Vincent Van Gogh

Interior designing creates symmetry that plays an important role in every space. Most of us are drawn to balanced images and tend to think that they are more aethetically pleasing.
Symmetry is found everywhere in nature — The reason why we find it to be appealing and beautiful. More than aesthetics and style, interior design brings harmony, order, and completeness, making it a necessity.

Nasya Camille R. Magbanua

“Less is more”

In designing you have to be able to tell a story about how the interior is going to come together with all the different elements. Also, any functional space must encompass the principles of design, because without these, the design concept is lacking. Above all, it’s not just putting things together to make a space beautiful to the eye, but also being responsible for the everyday life safety of the occupants. 

Genky N. Cordova

“Good things take time.”

In designing, we express our creativity. We layout the space to make it more functional and deliver a wow factor output to our client. Function refers to the items within the home as well. Whether your plans involve a decorative update or a complete to the studs overhaul, a home that functions well is the critical foundation to successful design. Always function first.

 Mary Joy B. Ulili

“Work like a boss”

The important part of space is the 3Fs: “Form, Follow, Function”. While making a space more aesthetically appealing is certainly important, no amount of color or beautiful furniture will transform a workable space into one that functions well. Before starting any project, it’s crucial to review the lifestyle, patterns, habits, and daily routines of the clients before the designing or decorating decisions must be finalized. While it’s certainly helpful to have understanding of blueprints and elevations, this stage is really about common sense, to determine which needs updating and changing to better suit the needs.

Joan Marielle V. Saguibo

“Don’t stop until you’re proud”

Creating space with unity and harmony is simply an orderly blends of lines, textures, colors, patterns, and forms. While unity refers to the careful avoidance of visual conflict, harmony assures the assimilation of various elements and object throughout the room to create a unified outcome. Unity describes the relationship between each of the various parts of a space and how they relate to one another. And harmony can be achieved by thinking of the overall desired mood of the space.