An art-inspired interior project in Milano Residences Philippines
When I was pitching for this project, I was still working on a set of condo units following a standard theme across the board and with a lot of limitations. So this one was refreshing to me because my client gave me freedom. In fact, he only showed me one image as my overall brief: a painting by Joan Miro called The Hunter. A very whimsical piece of artwork that meant so much to him. Honestly, I was sh*t-scared. I thought to myself – What if I don’t do it right? What if he doesn’t like my interpretation? Is that all the info I’m getting? I had these questions in my mind but I knew I had to shake off my self-destructive second guessing. So yes, I had to slap myself back to my confidently beautiful persona (LOL).
My client is based in the US while his agent (who referred this project ) is jet-setting around the world. I’m just thrilled that these clients gave me enough creative license in this whole process to interpret his brief into this two bedroom blank canvas -while of course following the set budget they gave that covers everything from furniture, decor, appliances, and even kitchen tools and dinnerware. I worked on this project every weekend for 2.5 to 3 months. *I have a day job!
Sooo I hope you like my thought process here. It’s not too literal, I feel. But I really put my heart into it. 🙂
MILANO RESIDENCES 2-bedroom suite
Photo credits to notable photographer Mr. Paolo Feliciano. Thank you for your support!
Special thanks to Marty and Mommy Arleen for helping me out with the kitchen island and bar construction!
Do you want to have a beautiful space like this? Ask me. I can help you. 🙂 You can achieve a beautiful space without spending too much.