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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Metro Home and Entertaining Releases Annual Condo Special


Step into Manila’s most stylish condos through the pages of Metro Home and Entertaining annual condominium special, where a variety of condo styles are featured, from the compact and practical to the chic and sophisticated.

Take a peek into the ACQUA Livingstone property and model units, developed by the Antonios of Century Properties, and designed by the well-loved Italian fashion house, Missoni.

Also in the issue are in-depth articles on condo living, including tips on how to assess the structural safety of the development; cooling your condo for tropical climates; multi-tasking spaces; condo etiquette; and design lessons applicable to condo living from Manila’s most well-appointed hotel rooms. Understanding the minimal space offered in most condominium dwellings, Metro Home and Entertaining has solved the urbanite’s longing for a patch of green in its Gardens section, where four landscape architects give readers four distinct, personality-driven proposals on how to make use of your condo’s balcony space in lieu of a full-fledged garden.

Packed with resources and tips on condo living, Metro Home and Entertaining’s Entertaining section features Chef Gino Gonzalez’s quick and easy feast and his tips on stress-free cooking and entertaining, ideal for the condo dwellers’ fast-paced, urban lifestyle.

With every issue of Metro Home and Entertaining, readers are treated to an intimate view of a specific destination. This time, we usher our readers through adventurous discoveries in Quezon City’s buzzling Barangay Laging Handa. Find out where to eat the best Thai food; where you can score inexpensive yet stylish home finds; where to test your flexibility through anti-gravity yoga; or where old-fashioned pastries are offered in the neighborhood. Through these pages, join our team to Binan, Laguna and Pampanga, as we learn about fine bone china, magnificent stone, and contemporary furniture. Also travel back in time through old postcards depicting the Manila of yore, and read about Julie Roces’ almost-extinct craft of parchment paper art in our Folio section.

The hottest and newest home accessories, furniture and services are also featured in this issue.

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