Luxury and design were the topics of conversation when Filigree, the newest luxury real estate brand in the country, was formally introduced to a select group at The Enclave Alabang’s tropical modern clubhouse.
On hand to welcome the distinguished guests that evening—and to lead in the ceremonial toast—was no-less than Josephine Gotianun Yap, one of the top women leaders in the property industry today, who extolled the distinct values that make Filigree unique. “Filigree is my personal pride and joy, a venture that I am most proud of,” Yap beamed. “In creating Filigree, we were inspired by global trends in luxury developments, offering masterpieces that are of low-density, a result of a collaboration of experts—design minds, builders and craftsmen.”
Those world-class consultants – Bill Higgins of Architecture International, Juan Seriña, Jr. and Raymond Hernandez of H1 Architecture, Isabelle Miaja of Miaja Design Group, Armando Casibang of AECOM, Budji Layug and Royal Pineda of BUDJI+ROYAL Architecture+Design — were spotted in an intimate tête-à-tête following the sumptuous dinner with a special bespoke menu prepared by award-winning Chef Margarita Fores.
Filigree’s luxury property portfolio includes luxury high-rise developments such as The Beaufort at Bonifacio Global City; Bristol at Parkway Place and Botanika Nature Residences both at Filinvest City Alabang; and The Enclave Alabang, the ultimate in low-density, subdivision living.
Simply put, Filigree sets out to be the gold standard in real estate today, forever changing not only the cityscape with its impressive developments but the whole upscale property sector as well.
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