The Philippine’s finest goes to Paris as Design PH brings together 12 brands that give face to The Art of the Craftsman at Maison et Objet on 06 – 10 September 2013 at the Paris Nord Villepinte. Betis Crafts, in particular, takes the heritage and craftsmanship of wood carving into the global stage through the biggest trade event for interior design.
Betis Crafts takes its name from the province of Betis in Pampanga known for its wood carving culture. The brand specializes in hand-crafted furniture applying the age-old craft of wood carving to create intricate and elaborate designs for home and living spaces. Moving away from the school of tradition, Betis Crafts is now pushing wood carving to a new level, adding a modern feel to their products by delving into fresh and different treatments, like using bold and funky colors, to make their products stand out. Taking its strength from craftsmanship, Betis Crafts works to keep the art of wood carving alive, bringing it into the modern age, at the same time providing training and livelihood to the craftsmen of Betis, Pampanga.
Design PH will also feature craftsmanship from Industria Home, Ito Kish, Luisa Home by Luisa Robinson, MASAECO,Mayumi by CSM Philippines, Peter and Paul, Inc., Schema by Kalikasan Crafts, Tadeco Home,Triboa Bay Living, Vito Selma, and Kenneth Cobonpue’s Hive.
Stay tuned here at FAME Speak for more on Design PH. Check out our other stories on the Design PH in Focus series for more on the featured design brands.