Obra Para sa Musika is a graduation exhibit of the batch 2013 students of Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) slated for the whole month of October at the 3rd floor of Glorietta 3. The exhibit showcases 21 functional design spaces inspired by the different timeless Filipino music (OPM).
Going to the exhibit wasn’t really part of my plan when I went to Glorietta 3 last October 5. It just so happened that I passed by this part of the mall and the facade of the exhibit area caught my attention. At first, I was hesitant to come in because I thought that it’s not for free and only the invited guests are welcome.
Then somebody approached me, “Come in. Walang bayad to”. That was my signal. LOL
The entrance to the exhibit. The main goal of the exhibit is to let the people “See Music, Hear Design”.
Taking of pictures is strictly prohibited inside the exhibit area but some of the exhibitors allowed me to capture their piece. I'm sharing you some of my shots.
Booth #20 is my favorite! It's the Wine and Coffee Shop. The second hand of the clock that "ticks back and forth" concept is so amazing!
A New Tattoo
Mamang sorbetero, o nasaan ka? Init ng buhay pawiin mo na.
Composer: Amado Triviño
Performer: Celeste Legaspi
Notice the wall beside the elevated bed. It's a pile of magazine! Cool, isn't it?
Composer: Odellavania Quesada
Peformer: Gary Valenciano
Music room! A perfect place to bond with your friends and loved ones. Ah-ha-ha awitin mo, at isasayaw ko oh-ho-ho! la la la..
Awitin Mo at Isasayaw Ko
Composer: Vic Sotto
Performer: VST & Company
Oh, how I wish i have this vanity room in our house. Bonggang bongga ka day!
|Bongga ka Day!|
Composer: Rene Garcia
Composer/ Performer: Ryan Cayabyab