Pan African interior design holds inaugural virtual summit
The African interior design space is ready for the first-of-its kind, immersive digital experience as The Pan Africa Interior Design (PAID) Summit begins. The 8-day Summit will take place completely online from Monday March 19th- 30th, 2018.
Award-winning Lagos Interiors designers, Lara Lape Cameron-Cole and Osaru Alile of Eterior Spaces will host the summit. With over 35 Interior designers and teaching professionals participating, the breadth and depth of their collective experience will help to shape the careers of participants. Registration for The PAID Summit is available at the official website: summit.eteriorspaces.com
Sharing a wealth of experience and creativity is one of New York’s favourite Interior Designers Michael Adams, the versatile, highly sought after interior designer to the stars and a star of the USA TV show TOP Design, Titi Ogufere, one of the bastions of interior design in Nigeria. Also in attendance will be Reni Folawiyo, founder of luxury concept store Alara, Horace Pan, a widely celebrated designer (who has won over 100 prestigious Interior Design awards) and lecturer at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design, and so many more talented designers.
The Summit is excited about using technology to not only empower thousands of aspiring Interior Designers but also enrich experienced design professionals.
With a wide range of discussions and tours planned, the Summit will allow for all the benefits of a physical summit by creating avenues for Live Q&As and private networking groups where participants can take their discussions further.
According to one of the hosts, Lara Lape Cameron Cole, “the summit will provide participants the opportunity to interact and garner experience from over 20 different interior design practices represented, 35 participating interior designers and professionals, 3 studio tour, experienced professionals from over 15 different countries and 25 specially curated lectures and discussions.
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