Racha mansions at South Forbes golf city; ready for the new normal
Cathay Land president Jeffrey Ng surmised to the Manila Standard that this could be anchored on the desire to have a clean, zoom-worthy, and presentable WFH setup that’s separate from everything else at home. “Even when we started selling our previous project of Bali Mansions in 2004, we included a multi-purpose den in the design of our model mansions,” Ng said. “They could turn it into another living area or a playroom for the kids. Such a design move makes it even more prescient now, I can just imagine that our homeowners have converted such a space into a viable home office setup.” “While you may be at home, you still want yourself and your environment to be quite presentable to your bosses, clients and coworkers,” he explained. “Our big lot cuts at the Racha mansions can surely aid home buyers in this regard.” Modern Thai design The Racha mansions is more than ready to accommodate requirements of the new normal. Named after the majestic Asian rulers that held power during the continent’s golden ages, the project towers over the rest of South Forbes in elevation, providing one with an excellent vantage point. The Modern Thai-inspired architecture is very evident in the overall design feel of the area. The guardhouse and entranceway feature Thai-Buddhist architecture, complete with curved high roofs with sharp tops and sloped eaves.
“We don’t know when this pandemic will end, and economists and executives have forecast that WFH will be the new norm for the next two years or so,” Ng pointed out. “Having a smart WFH setup cannot be more crucial to advance careers and businesses in these difficult times.”