PDP SEM01+SEM07: Colour Harmony & Combinations + Brandification: Redefining Corporate Spaces

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22-02-18 18:30 - 21:00
PDP Event Name:  [SEM01A] Seminar 1: Colour Harmony & Combinations
[SEM07A] Seminar 2: Brandification: Redefining Corporate Spaces
Date & Time: Thu 22 Feb 2018, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Registration: sem0107.peatix.com
Venue: National Design Centre [MAP]
Auditorium, Level 2
Singapore 188969
Fees:
Seminar 1 or 2: $20 Members
$35 Non-members
$10 Student Members
$17.50 Student Non-members
Seminar 1 & 2 Bundle:  $35 Members
$60 Non-members
$17.50 Student Members
$30 Student Non-members
Members points: 10 PDP points per seminar

 

Seminar 1: Colour Harmony & Combinations
Presented by Mr. Cameron Woo, Principal of Cameron Woo Design (CWD)Do you love colour but fear not knowing how to use it?Find out how internationally acclaimed interior designer Cameron Woo, principal of Cameron Woo Design (CWD), uses colour to create incredible interiors that sets their work apart from the ubiquitous mundane beige and neutral coloured spaces you see.Cameron Woo will share his tips on how he selects colours from soft and hard materials and finishes to create unique, award winning interiors.This seminar will cover topics such as:Base colours you need for interiors
Nature inspired design and colours to create harmony instead?
Timeless colours to create mood and atmosphere
Different colour combinations that will inspire and will be remembered
NEW hard and soft finishes that you can use to majestic effect
Insights from CWD on upcoming Colour Trends

 

Seminar 2: Brandification: Redefining Corporate Spaces
Presented by Mr. Ching Yew TUNG, Principal of SODA (Spirit Of Design Analogy)

The permeation of commercial brands has evolved beyond logos and advertisements. How do we keep up with the ever-changing corporate and retail environments? In this seminar, Tung Ching Yew, Managing Director of SODA (Spirit Of Design Analogy), will share how Spatial Design plays a crucial role by defining distinct personas for various corporate and retail brands, in which he termed this design methodology as – Brandification.

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