• IRN OFFICE | Manila, Philippines

    The 475-square meters IRN office interiors in One Global Place exudes sophistication and a style that transcends all social classes, with its clever combination of white palettes and wood grain textures to give a soothing, yet formal ambiance. Continuous cove-lighted ceilings and walls match and mute the polished homogeneous tiles. Hand-picked wooden accents dot the office in order to maintain the warm palette.

  • ISLAND IN PUERTO GALERA | Oriental Mindoro, Philippines

    Adhering to the contemporary tropical-fusion concept that client is known for, the interiors of this high-end resort in Boquete Island in Puerto Galera efficiently integrates the cultural richness of Filipino-Asian design with its prolific use of natural colors and materials such as abaca, bamboo, and solid woods, while natural colors of honey and walnut act as interior accents.

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    JESUS IS LORD (JIL) HEADQUARTERS | Manila, Philippines

    A eurythmic blend of texture and color, the proposed interiors for the Jesus Is Lord (JIL) headquarters expresses the evangelical community’s commitment to cultivate inclusiveness and community in the transforming power of the Lord. Despite its contemporary exterior, it embraces the use of natural materials, and nature driven spaces transmit light in an evocative way, creating permanence and warmth.

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    This project seeks to recreate the old-world ambience by focusing on warm colors that reflects a subdued opulence of a cross-generational, environment-friendly equestrian club. The Centennial Renewal Project of the Manila Polo Club focuses on heritage to cater to the modern needs of members by contrasting wood, greenery, and marble, complemented by antique furniture and sculptures.

  • PARISH OF THE RISEN CHRIST | Manila, Philippines

    As part of the Smokey Mountain urban renewal plan, the Parish of the Risen Christ is a refreshing break from the urban garbage hillside view. The elevated entryway is decorated by a stained glass façade of Jesus Christ, arms wide open to welcome the parishioners. The sense of openness is consistent even inside the church, and the interior is one of its kind: environment-friendly, energy saving, and sustainable, evidenced by the harmony of wood, metal, glass, and water features.

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    PROJECT FIRST HOME | Antipolo City, Philippines

    Clean lines and open spaces dominate this abode in Parkridge Estate in Antipolo, neatly infusing Japanese Zen ideologies with traditional and contemporary Asian architecture. As such, the home is dotted with bamboo plants and white pebbles, complete with a small koi pond near the garden. With its high-ceilings and strategically placed large windows, the home maximizes the abundance of sunlight in the morning and provides an illusion of space at night.


    State-of-the-art public communal spaces are found within this building: a modern canteen, a lounge with a high ceiling and elegant chandeliers, and a spacious conference hall. The post-modern contemporary design is flexible since the building can also be developed into a high-rise structure. A design competition winner, this modern five-storey building features vertical shades with transparent and opaque surfaces mounted on steel members and glass frames casting reflections of light.

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    QATAR EMBASSY | Manila, Philippines

    This 45,090-square meter embassy reflects the country’s Islamic culture and dignified atmosphere, with concentric geometric shapes and a consistent sand pattern that portray Qatar’s land incorporated in most of the patterns. Long, marble floors are contrasted with semi-circle drapes and empire furnishing, blending grandeur, formality, and simplicity, making use of the eight-pointed star seal of the prophet on the ceiling, wall and floor design.

  • RADA RESIDENCE | Manila, Philippines

    The 66-square meter RADA residence project follows a modern, contemporary concept to provide a sense of space to navigate through and keep the residence clutter-free. The use of wengue, whites, and beige dominate the interior, muting the harsh corners of the area. Parquet wooden floors provide linear accents to the place.

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    This model unit is a worthy showcase of Palafox Associates’ practice with the master plan of the Rockwell Center. The model residential unit offers sunrise views of the Makati skyline. The elliptical shape of the Rizal tower offers residents panoramic views of the metropolis, river, and the mountains of Antipolo. The home has custom-made furniture and draperies, complemented by antiques and souvenirs handpicked by the former owners.

  • ST. ARNOLD JANSSEN CHURCH | Rizal, Philippines

    The interior design of Saint Arnold Janssen Church in Cainta complements the modern-contemporary design of the façade, adding to the welcoming atmosphere and a sense of openness to the parishioners. Wood in oil stain finishes with wood veneer frames and stainless steel sheet accents dominate the church’s altar and walls.

  • VERSAILLES CLUBHOUSE | Manila, Philippines

    True to its name, the Versailles clubhouse interiors takes inspiration from French classic architecture for its design. The 1,634.80 square meters of floor area covers an interior of natural colors of beige, whites, with a touch of terracotta colors were used, especially in rooms that are accessible to the public: the gym, spa, function halls, and audio-visual room. Floor-to-ceiling French classical paintings at the stairs and walls add to the splendidness of the clubhouse.