Century Spire by Daniel Libeskind: Architecture of Century Spire go beyond a Tradition in Philippines. That is about to “make a bold and optimistic statement about the future of the Philippines” says Daniel Libeskind. Century Spire is the last residential tower to rise in Century City. It is a remarkable addition to the Makati skyline and solidifies Century City. As one of the greatest luxury districts in the Philippines.
Daniel Libeskind, who previously completed a family of towers in Singapore. Designed the Century Spire to accommodate offices and apartments in Century City – a mixed-use development in the city south-east of Manila. Let’s have a tour of this beautifully crafted Century Spire by Daniel Libeskind go beyond a Tradition in Philippines.
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Century Spire by Daniel Libeskind go beyond a Tradition in Philippines
Century Spire’s architecture goes beyond a traditional tower. Rather than taper into a fine point at its peak, the building blooms like a flower. It’s petals opening up to the world.
This blossoming form is symbolic of Century Properties’ growth through the years. And its development into a company known the world over for its dynamic, industry-shaping projects.
The building’s “crown” – three interlocking segments – is distinctly Libeskind in structure, its geometric shapes an interesting fusion of playful and sophisticated design. The design enhances the living experience of the top floor residents as it affords them dynamic living space and more exhilarating views of the city.
Century Spire’s architecture challenges conventional skyscraper formation. By exploring fresh and visionary approaches to residential architecture, Century Properties brings a new wave of idealism to the local real estate industry.
The peak of the building will be broken into three segments, which the architect describes as a crown.
- location: manila, philippines
- client: century properties
- structural engineer: SY2 + associates inc.
- mechanical/electrical: RTM mechanical engineering services
- landscape architect: crearis
- interior designer: armani casa
All four facades will feature semi-reflective glazing, while the base of the building will taper inwards to make room for a landscaped entrance plaza.