Unveiled - Missoni’s Mondo Condo in the Philippines


With bright colors, rich patterns, and futuristic forms that would make Verner Panton drool, Italian homewear company MissoniHome has recently completed their first fully-branded residential tower, the 52-story Acqua Livingstone in Manila, Philippines.  The project is the fourth tower of six in the $315.9 million Acqua Private Residences project, developed in the Philippine capital by Century Properties Group.

MissoniHome is the home goods branch of Missoni, the fashion line whose colorful patterns and prints attempt to elevate knitwear to artform.  Set in the lush tropical environment of the Phillipines, the tower is a “lifestyle experience,” and features not only vibrant interior design and arresting furniture, but also a skydeck, called “The Canopy.” The Canopy’s lower level includes a business center, an indoor and outdoor gym, Jacuzzi, a library and spa. The upper level is a social and entertainment space with an amphitheatre, lounge, DJ booth and dance floor, pool with swim up bar, and barbecue facilities.

 

Arch Paper Blog | March 26, 2012


Photos are artist’s renditions only. The images and details shown herein are intended for illustration purposes only. While the information are based on present plans, which have been created with great care and effort, the developers reserve the right to change proposed project features, amenities, prices and terms without prior notice. It is then recommended that the client confirm their accuracy and subsequent changes, if any. Further, the client holds the developers free from any legal and financial claims resulting from the information contained herein.