Paying homage to local design

posted November 15, 2019 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard
WeWork—a platform for creators that provides the space, community—reinforces its strong design approach with its newly opened Menarco Tower location, alongside an upcoming location at Milestone at 5th Avenue in Bonifacio Global City (BGC).

Slated to open in December,  the new locations aim to build a strong community, featuring key art pieces at Menarco Tower,  accompanied by visible accents from vernacular architectural elements and materials with modern interpretation.

Clad with Terracotta tiles, the Menarco Tower pantry island design is  welcoming gathering spot, paying homage to traditional Philippine homes that were inspired by Spanish architecture (Seen here). 

Contemporary neon lighting also complements the space, a design influence that represents the “bayanihan” spirit. The lounge  includes canvases of a whale shark, iconic to Cebu and its coastal scenes. 

Topics: WeWork , Terracotta , Menarco Tower , Bonifacio Global City
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