Zen is about simplicity, finding ways to meditate to cope with the chaos of everyday living. It makes one strive to be mindful, be present, and find inner peace and let it manifest outwardly. So it is unsurprising to see why more designers and homeowners apply the Zen philosophy in their own homes. The Zen style creates a serene atmosphere that neutralizes the bustle of city living. That dream Zen address takes shape in the heart of Metro Manila with The Grand Midori Ortigas.
We are very fortunate to collaborate with some of the world’s bests including the world renouned Tange Associates. They brought a unique perspective in realizing our vision and establishing a distinct form and function that will be appreciated for generations.
Mr. Tom Mirasol during Federal Land’s Webinar on The Grand Midori Ortigas.
The Grand Midori Ortigas by Federal Land Inc. is a two-tower condominium with over 908 housing units and the first foray of the group in the heart of Ortigas Central Business District. Federal Land tapped world-renowned Tokyo-based architecture firm, Tange Associates as the project’s Design Consultant with GF & Partners Architects as Architect-of-Record, to add a local perspective to the project. The move was meant to ensure an authentic infusion of Japanese aesthetics, technology, and innovation in the building’s architecture.
The inspiration comes from Japanese aesthetic. It was very clear that the team’s idea was to create something different, something serene, something Japanese and me, being Japanese, although I do not impose what Japanese architecture is, Japanese architect is within me.
Architect Paul Noritaka Tange during Federal Land’s Webinar on The Grand Midori Ortigas.
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