Following the success of HOMEDEC exhibition Part 1 and the 3-Gen Living & Design Showhome last week, the upcoming HOMEDEC Part 2 this week with its theme ‘Design & Decorate’ will shift to even greater momentum with a special feature of the MIID HOMEDEC REKA Awards 2016 Panel Exhibition which will be showcased concurrently from 27-30 October at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
HOMEDEC is the proud co-branding partner of The MIID HOMEDEC REKA AWARDS 2016, organised by MIID, (Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers, the sole national body representing the Interior Design profession in Malaysia, by featuring the panel exhibition of the Awards nominees in HOMEDEC Part 2
This annual Awards is created to recognise excellence in works by MIID Members who are registered Interior Designers and Interior Design students and MIID practicing professional members who are registered with Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia (Board of Architects Malaysia) and student members of Interior Design. The deserving Award Winners will be conferred at the MIID Annual Ball and Awards Night 2016 to be held on 28 October 2016.
Visitors of HOMEDEC are all invited to witness the special showcase of these nominees of excellent designs at foyer of Hall 1 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
It’s the last 4 Days to shop for the Premium Brands & Best Deals at HOMEDEC!
HOMEDEC Part 2 from 27-30 October will showcase an entirely different exhibit profile that focuses on products and services related to furnishing refinery, decorating ideas and interior styles such as art and decoration, audio visual and home theatre items, furniture and furnishings, home appliances, home services, household products, children’s room merchandise, lighting, mattresses, wardrobes and bedding products, soft furnishings, wall coverings, etc.
• Be the first to grab newly launched products, innovation and technology for today’s living
• An entirely new exhibit profiles home furnishing and redecoration
• Learning and knowledge on know-hows and tips for homeowners – from pre-renovation do’s and don’ts to getting the right interior design tips, services, etc., including the special highlight of HOMEDEC Forum
• Last chance to grab the rewards with prizes from the HOMEDEC Contest and Register & Visit
• Product sourcing from exhibitors that are presenting real deals to facilitate better prices or packages for the visitors
Concurrently, the HOMEDEC key signature feature highlight; the HOMEDEC Showhome: 3-Gen Living & Design, will continue to open its door for visitors during the final 4 days of the HOMEDEC Part 2. The Showhome will be the key-highlight that will be illuminating the dark ambience of the night scene, presented throughout HOMEDEC Part 2.
The HOMEDEC Showhome feature, now in its 6th series (initiated since 2012 following different themes), was officially launched in the HOMEDEC Part 1 which has unveiled the special feature of a multi-generational showhome based on the theme 3-Gen Living & Design to the public as a source of inspiration to create. This dedicated show unit was designed by Essential Design Integrated Sdn Bhd (EDI), a multi award-winning local interior design consultant firm.
EDI is the winner of the MIID REKA HOMEDEC Residential Award (2015) organised by Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) and the PAM HOMEDEC Residential Renovation Award (2013 and 2015), jointly organised by Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia/Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM) and HOMEDEC.
The 3-Gen Living & Design show unit comprises a clever mix of HOMEDEC Part 1’s renovation-related products and HOMEDEC Part 2’s category of exhibited products dedicated to furnishing and sprucing up the home interior.
The Showhome is majestically built within 46 hours at Hall 5 and will continue to open its door in HOMEDEC Part 2 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. This year’s showhome combines and even exceeds the elements of fun-and-play and other lifestyle elements by exploring the possibilities of creative design strategies in a multi-generational home. This invokes a sense of curiosity and experimental design features in the showhome. Technological advances that benefit the home is another aspect that can be seen incorporated from the consumer home technology front.
Built as a double-storey unit measuring 4,133 sqft on the premise that spaces needn’t be separated and can be inter-connected visually and designed seamlessly, visitors are able to walk around the dining and living areas, grandparents’ room and laundry area on the ground floor, and climb up to the first floor of the parents and children’s room.
With the exceptional detailing and planning done on the construction and preparation of the showhome, HOMEDEC has once again proven to be at the forefront of trendsetting ideas that will benefit industry stakeholders including exhibitors, professional interior designers and also homeowners themselves. On top that, the showcase is also in line with the exhibition’s aim to be an information and knowledge hub for all renovation, refurbishment and redecoration needs.
The HOMEDEC Forum in part 1 has seen strong presence of visitors who has participated to clear their doubts on the topics of home security, household colour, space planning and also feng shui harmonization. This week, the second part of the HOMEDEC Forum returns to HOMEDEC for visitors who wat to learn more and be equipped with the know-hows on the topics on bedding, colour for your home, decoration and also Feng Shui!
This not-to-be-missed, entrance-free HOMEDEC Forum on the theme of Colourful Home Living Presented by Dulux will be held in the HOMEDEC Forum Part 2 (Conducted in Mandarin) from 1pm-4pm on Saturday, 29 October 2016 at the Plenary Theatre and seats are available on a first come first basis.
The HOMEDEC Forum Part 2 will be moderated by famous TV host Gan Jiang Han and will be hosting 4 other speakers to have a dialogue on 4 major topics – “BEDucation – your bedding education!” by Cheng Kai Hin from King Koil Corporation(M) Sdn Bhd, “Colourful home living, so easy!” by Khiew Wei Yi from Akzo Nobel Paints (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, “Unleashing your redecoration ideas!” by Sue from SUNDorma Interior Furnishing and “Harmonious Feng Shui Embodiment of the 3-Gen” by local Feng Shui Consultant, Sandy Paw.
Lucky Forum attendees could also win themselves exciting prizes sponsored by Dulux in the lucky draw session in the Forum. Goodie bags by Dulux will be distributed to participants during the forum on a first come first serve basis.
There are also HOMEDEC exhibitor sponsored prizes to be won in the HOMEDEC Contest for those who spend a minimum of RM200 in a single receipt.
The HOMEDEC Contest Grand Prize of a Cash Voucher worth up to RM15,000 is sponsored by Kingkoil Corporation (M) Sdn Bhd, while other Special Prizes are sponsored by HOMEDEC’s Strategic Partner – Cuckoo International (Mal) Sdn Bhd, A Nice Enterprise Sdn Bhd, Ambient Living Sdn Bhd, Comfort Home Design Pte Ltd, Continental Aces Sdn Bhd, Fancofan Marketing Sdn Bhd, GE Green Sdn Bhd, Goodnite Sdn Bhd, Hatch Home Design Pte Ltd, HSA Technology Sdn Bhd, Innhome Design Sdn Bhd, Insight Inside Pro Tech, Konzept Green Source Sdn Bhd, Lumber Mart Sdn Bhd, Luxury Sleep (M) Sdn Bhd, Mega Man Electronic & Lighting (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, Mocof Sdn Bhd, Niro Ceramic Sales & Services (M) Sdn Bhd, Panasonic Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Premium Bath & Kitchen Sdn Bhd, Rinnai (M) Sdn Bhd and Visionary Solutions Sdn Bhd.
HOMEDEC Part 2 (27-30 Oct) takes place at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Exhibition hours are from 10am-8pm. For more information, visit www.homedec.com.my.