PHOTOS: Highlights from Manila FAME, October 2014

We now have reason to love geometry.

 

(SPOT.ph) The flying man from the earlier Manila FAME returns, this time with trapeze action. Kenneth Cobonpue’s pieces dominated the 60th Manila FAME, which ran from October 16 to 19 at the SMX Convention Center.

 

Exquisitely crafted furniture and home accessories once again forced many to assess the state of their own living quarters, especially after seeing the brilliant tablescape by international product development specialist Detlef Klatt from Germany. Everyone wanted a piece of the geometric ceramic ware.

 

Wearable art made an appearance again, but this time, genius in interior design was queen. Here are a few of the most eye-catching pieces.

 

 

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Agile art by Kenneth Cobonpue

 

See photo above for the top half of the white, um, structure by Kenneth Cobonpue

 

Porcelain plates by Jacques Pergay

 

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Wall art by Industria

 

Chairt art by Red Box (Rachelle Dagñalan, Joseph Rastrullo, Leeroy New, and Lilianna Manahan under the mentorship of Manila FAME creative director Budji Layug)

 

Trademark trippy art by Leeroy New

 

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Hypnotic armoire by Stanley Ruiz in partnership with Craftsmill

 

Time now brought to you by MASAECO

 

Modern retro by Coast Pacific

 

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Horny creatures by A. Garcia

 

"Rosario" candelabras and "Busilak" bell jar lamps by Ito Kish (note the Katha Award-winning chair)

 

Chair details (Ito Kish)

 

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We’re in love with those patterns. Tablescape by Detlef Klatt

 

Masks optional (Tablescape by Detlef Klatt)

 

Tablescape by Detlef Klatt

 

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PHOTOS: Highlights from Manila FAME, March 2014

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