A townhome that produces repetitive faceted forms in mirror image of each other like a mask.
CTS AREA: 61.93 sqm
Townhouse middle unit – 2 bedroom
Townhouse end unit – 2 bedroom
Comes as standard bare with essential fittings
Batulao Home — POLYGONAL SUCCESSIONS
A multi-awarded architect, Eduardo Calma is known for designing luxurious homes in upscale communities in the Philippines. He was awarded the TOYM (Ten Outstanding Young Men) Award for Architecture in 2002 for his contribution to Philippine Contemporary Architecture. This award was last given to National Artist in Architecture, Leandro Locsin, in 1959. His practice in the Philippines in his father’s firm Lor Calma & Partners challenges institutional, commercial, and residential programs and experimenting on architectural forms through a rigorous design processes. In 1993 he received the Progressive Young Architects Award in New York City for his design contribution in the firm. In 1995 he graduated Masters of Architecture in Advance Architectural Design from Columbia University.
He won 2 Gold medal awards for the Philippine Pavilion in the Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan and in the Expo 2008 in Zaragoza, Spain. A multi-awarded architect, Eduardo Calma is known for designing luxurious homes in upscale communities in the Philippines. 3 of his buildings, The Mind Museum, College of Saint Benilde School of Design, and the UP Manila Museum of A History of Ideas were among the 20 designs nominated for the “Haligi ng Dangal” awards by the National Commission on Culture and the Arts.