And the award goes to The Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) and Nippon Paint Reka Awards 2015 kicked off with a blast. Boasting a total of 141 entries in 15 categories including one specifically for students, the awards celebrated the nation’s talents in the industry. The Reka Awards 2015 is the third manifestation of the platform and each award winner brings innovation and creativity to greater heights, supported by articulate workmanship. The awards are also expected to encourage better cooperation between interior designers, clients and contractors in the design process, resulting in delightful spaces that will generally improve the quality of life for everyone.
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The meeting of east and west The Chinese have been drinking rice wine since the Shang Dynasty in 1600 B.C. As time passed, alcohol became the drink of choice for the poets and artists, as it loosened inhibitions, allowing creativity to emerge. To evoke the lives of the poets of old, Liuligongfang’s Living Artist, Chang Yi, created a collection of wine glasses that combines Western luxury with stems of Chinese synthetic crystal. Named Moon Shadows, the collection sees the seamless bridging of artistic design and precision glassware.
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Any way you want it Air conditioning units can be a real hassle to install, particularly when certain models require specific positions for their connective piping. The Midea Neola Air Conditioner completely negates this problem with ingenious design; it’s meant to be connected to the left or right of the outdoor unit. Its technology also maximises cooling output, reaching your desired temperature in the shortest time possible.
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