WISDOM participants capitalize and maximize use of limited space to be a perfect and comfortable interiors occupied a major factor determining the victory of the four category winners Ideal Home Competition News Week 2009. Contest lasts for three months, starting December 13 and ending March 14 last, the line judge agreed to give the title to the dealer's exclusive residential category, Rosliza Abdullah from Skudai, Johor, dealers, Rahim Rodzi living in Bandar Seri Botani, Ipoh, Perak (Terrace) ; homemakers, Khadijah Ibrahim from Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur (apartments) and retail manager, Shahril Suleiman from Batu Pahat, Johor for the categories of heritage homes. Competition Jury Chairman who is also Senior Lecturer Design and Interior Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Hamidon Abdullah expressed his admiration of the dedication and expertise of the participants.
Hamidon said, through observations, participants viewed successfully set up using a narrow room style furniture in a large number of partially coupled to the packaging and accessories refer to the style and concept.
"I was very impressed courage apartments category winner, Khadijah Ibrahim explores the European style and luxury full-featured although not covering any residential area. It is not easy to transform a room where the style of a choice.
"However, he was able to prove the expertise of the provisions set hiasnya. The value of dedication and creativity elderly should be given recognition, "she said admiring the luxurious furnishings such as textured wallpaper, wall paints vivid colors other than accessory beads, lace and gold raised homeowners.
"Not only the furniture and packaging to attract even the creative inspiration Khadijah adding beads, and lace tasel in some furniture, setting up their own flower sketch decorative cupboards and cabinets in addition to modifying the function of furniture to be dual use," he said.
About the same residence, another jury, Interior Design Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment University of UCSI, Mohamad Ariff Budiman said the consolidation of the various decorative elements inspired by the home owners allow the formation of style and theme of individualism.
"In conversations with Khadijah, I found him clear with the taste and the concept of choice. What's more, he often surfing the internet to get a detailed picture than looking for new ideas and design concept of interest is, "Ariff said the opportunity to follow the visit involve two home winners in Pandan Indah and Ipoh, Perak.
Touching the privilege Terrace in Ipoh, Ariff said the owners have credibility arts crafts Rodzi comparable professional carpenter, but at the same time able to retain the original inspiration and self-esteem.
"Rodzi step, however, for making some antique furnishings. Not merely decorative, but all the collections antiknya like light switches, fan, radio, press the bell on the wall so that the fence works well.
"I admire his effort and talent that could bring back home the influence of the British colonial era before the 1960's. More interestingly, it was disclosed by a simple budget, but who admired the persistence Rodzi searching and collecting antiques such as wood used for buildings, bridges and power lines long, electric appliances and so the British colonial era, "he is thrilled with the latch and wood carvings crossed the threshold doors and windows made their owners.
Meanwhile, the ability of imagination to realize Rosliza residential resort-style home on the terrace semi-D yank his focus was the jury.
Hamidon described the use of wood as the cornerstone of traditional houses and other structures on the site not only restore the artistic heritage of the nation, but broke the tradition of landscape architecture, residential park home.
"Adaptation of the Malay village house worth internalized when standardized with a relaxed atmosphere, contemporary decor and a minimum of aspects. Rosliza fortunate to 'get' back home is a never to be his home when a kid, "he commented Rosliza to win an exclusive category.
Suleiman Shahril zeal to defend the authenticity of architectural heritage of his family home in Batu Pahat to bring good luck when the boy was chosen as the heritage home category winner.
In fact, inserting the creative inspiration of modern decoration in a particular area of residential increase 'share' in the eyes of the jury that the house once qualified for the high marks during the session to collect assessments.
Initiative unites modern-classical elements seen as a calculated move boldly Hamidon because not all the houses like that could work better with modern style and decoration elements.
"The authenticity of the house successfully preserved even if some space has been practicing contemporary furnishings. However, that surprised me is to love and appreciate Shahril collection of antique remains of his family.
"I find all the equipment antiknya maintained and used its usefulness. Even if chewed age but in good condition and looked beautiful, "he said.
In addition to the four category winners, the Special Jury Prize was created to give special recognition to the talented players among the professionals, including architects, interior designers, lecturers and students who are directly involved in interior decoration.
After taking into account the unique inspiration and expertise to adapt the natural resources in the interior, bamboo furniture entrepreneurs, Mohd Ramadhan Abdul Hamid from Batu 9, Cheras managed to dominate this category.
Selection was also based on its ability to showcase bamboo as a structural backbone and home furnishings with furniture that is formed from natural materials such