February 22, 2022

The Synergy of Japanese Expertise and Filipino Hospitality

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The Seasons Residences marries Filipino hospitality with Japanese efficiency, allowing its future residents to experience an elevated lifestyle at the heart of Bonifacio Global City.
Real estate developer Federal Land, Inc. together with Nomura Real Estate Development and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd. launches the third residential tower of The Seasons Residences – Aki Tower. Inspired by Japan’s evocative season of autumn, discerning homeowners can expect meticulously designed amenities and living spaces to channel one’s creativity. The launch of Aki Tower follows the first two towers Haru and Natsu.
Set to rise in Federal Land’s master-planned community Grand Central Park in Bonifacio Global City, The Seasons Residences is a mixed-use development featuring upscale residences, curated amenities, and the first MITSUKOSHI in the country. It marries Filipino hospitality and a sense of community with the Japanese tradition of excellence and innovation.

Real Estate Solutions from Japan

Upholding Japanese artistry and excellence are the partners that brought the development to life. The joint venture tapped renowned Japanese firms to pave the way for the authentic design found in all towers: Nikken Sekkei Group for the overall conceptual design; Nomura Co., Ltd for the interior design of the mall; Torafu Architects for the façade concept; and Asao Tokolo for the façade pattern.
The Seasons Residences features impeccable Japanese innovations meant to elevate the standards of comfort, convenience, and functionality for its residents. Innovative Japanese technology is optimized to ensure safety and security at The Seasons Residences. All four towers are equipped with Viscoelastic Coupling Dampers, a breakthrough in earthquake vibration control technology that can withstand earthquakes and high winds, common to the Philippines and Japan.
Each unit is equipped with a unique Japanese storage system, like kitchen floor storage, shoe cabinet, and bedroom closets. The kitchens are fitted with a space-saving kitchen sink with draining and cutting boards to maximize counter space, a rangehood with Japanese oil filter technology, as well as air-washing tiles that minimize excessive humidity and foul odors in the air. As leakage protection, the units are equipped with a sunken slab or a below-floor drainage system for easier pipe maintenance. The development also has eco-friendly solutions like water-efficient Japanese-branded shower toilets in all units and motion sensor lighting in common areas.
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