Colour Harmony & Sustainability
IDCS PDP SEM01/02

Colour Harmony & Sustainability

24 August 2017 (Thu)
6:30pm – 8:30pm

National Design Centre
Level 2, Training Room 1 & 2 111 Middle Road
Singapore 188969

20 PDP Membership Points

Seminar 1 or 2:
$20 Members
$35 Non-members

Seminar 1 & 2 Bundle:
$35 Members
$60 Non-members

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Strategic Partner & Headline Sponsor:
AkzoNobel

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SEMINAR 1: COLOUR HARMONY & COMBINATIONS

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:

  1. Base colours you need for interiors
  2. Nature inspired design and colours to create harmony instead
  3. Timeless colours to create mood and atmosphere
  4. Different colour combinations that will inspire and will be remembered
  5. NEW hard and soft finishes that you can use to majestic effect
  6. Insights from CWD on upcoming Colour Trend

CAMERON WOO
IDCS PDP Chair,
Principal of Cameron Woo Design (CWD)

Cameron Woo, is celebrated as one of the world’s top interior designers. His firm has been featured in the interior design bible, Andrew Martin Interior Design Review, the Oscars of the interior design world, and has won multiple awards from the International Property Awards, London for World’s Best Interior Design, Asia Pacific’s Best Interior Design and for Singapore. Cameron is a panellist on AkzoNobel’s Colour Futures and is currently a guest judge and mentor on the hit international interior design reality television show The Apartment TV, Rising Stars Edition (Season 5).

SEMINAR 2: SUSTAINABILITY – WHY MATERIALS, FINISHES & COLOUR MATTER

RT+Q explores architecture as an inter-disciplinary craft that combines the elusive beauty of art and the rigours of building technology. This seminar will discuss the studio’s approach to material application externally and internally, whilst maintaining the core values of architecture making. The two speakers will showcase works that experimented on materials and their behaviour in the local tropics and the impact on the design and user. Works varied in typology and scale will be examined, with the speakers addressing the successes and failures.

JONATHAN QUEK
Associate, RT+Q Architects
Jonathan graduated from Carnegie Mellon University and Columbia University. Some of his professional awards include the Chicago Athenaeum International Award 2016 for ‘The Capers’, Honourable Mention at the 14th SIA Award 2014 for ‘House with Courtyards’ and Commendation at PAM Awards 2011 for ‘House at Kebayoran Baru’.

MELVIN KENG
Team Leader, RT+Q Architects
Melvin graduated from the National University of Singapore. Some of his professional awards include the Interior Design Confederation Singapore (I-DEA 2015 Awards) for ‘Kallang Junction’ (Best Workplace Design - Gold), the Singapore Institute of Architecture Design Award 2013 for ‘The Green Collection’ (Housing - Design Award).

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