Architecture & Design

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JAPANESE TECHNOLOGY FEATURES
JAPANESE DESIGN EFFICIENCY, SAFETY, AND SECURITY

JAPANESE DESIGN EFFICIENCY
Enjoy convenience and efficiency every day with Japanese technology in your home.

Japanese Storage System – Organize your belongings with ingenious storage solutions such as a
(1) Shoe Cabinet, (2) Kitchen Floor Storage, (3) Kitchen Cabinets, and (4) Bedroom Closet.
(5) Kitchen Sink – A space-saving sink made for cooking preparation, washing, and draining.
(6) Below-Floor Drainage System (Sunken Slab) – A type of floor construction for easier pipe maintenance and repairs as well as water leakage protection.
(7) Separate Shower & Bathtub – Enjoy added luxury with a bigger space to relax and unwind.

SAFETY AND SECURITY
Ingenious devices that keep you safe and comfortable inside and outside your home.

(8) Earthquake Vibration Control Technology (Damper System) – Viscoelastic coupling dampers that minimize vibrations and increase building comfort, safety, and resilience to both wind and earthquakes.
(9) Key Card Access for Elevator & Main Door – Security measure to restrict access to residential floors and for a more convenient access to residential units.
(10) Fire Detection & Alarm System – Smoke-detecting technology that will prompt you to evacuate and alert the building administration for immediate response.

JAPANESE TECHNOLOGY FEATURES
CLEANLINESS,CONSERVATION, AND RESOURCE-SAVING

CLEANLINESS
Unique innovations that eliminate odors and are easy to maintain.

(1) Rangehood with Japanese Oil Filter Technology – Efficiently captures smoke and odor and has an advanced oil-collecting system.
(2) Air-Washing Tiles – Breathe easy with cutting-edge tiles that minimize excessive humidity, bad odors, and harmful substances in the air.

CONSERVATION AND RESOURCE-SAVING
Fixtures and devices for efficient use of resources.

(3) Japanese Shower Toilet – Get unparalleled comfort with a multifunction toilet washer that allows you to fully adjust the settings to your preference.
(4) Motion Sensor Lighting in Select Common Areas

UNIT FINISHES AND DELIVERABLES

ROOM/AREA FLOOR WALL CEILING
Foyer Homogenous Tiles Homogenous Tiles Painted cement
Living/Dining Engineered Wood Painted Painted cement
Balcony Homogenous Tiles Painted Painted cement
Bedrooms Engineered Wood Painted Painted cement
Master T&B Porcelain Tiles (lavatory and water closet area) & Homogenous Tiles (shower area) Homogenous Tiles Painted gypsum
Common T&B Porcelain Tiles (lavatory and water closet area) & Homogenous Tiles (shower area) Homogenous Tiles Painted gypsum
Kitchen Homogenous Tiles Painted Painted gypsum
Utility Area Ceramic Tiles Painted Painted cement
Utility T&B Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Painted gypsum

OTHER UNIT FEATURES

• Provision for water heater in kitchen and bathrooms (except for utility T&B and powder room)
• Provision for washer/dryer
• Provision for CATV and telephone line
• Audio-video guest annunciator system
• Individual metering for water and electricity

AMENITIES INSPIRED BY THE FOUR SEASONS OF JAPAN

There is great reverence for nature and the changing of seasons that influence Japanese lifestyle and culture. The amenity floor of The Seasons Residences is inspired by the four seasons of Japan, with the arrangement of the elements being inspired by spring (haru), summer (natsu), autumn (aki), and winter (fuyu).

THE GUEST HOUSE

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The Seasons Residences is proud to present a unique amenity offering – The Guest House.

The design of The Guest House is inspired by traditional Japanese architecture, and will be made available for lease to relatives and friends of residents so that they, too, can experience the kind of lifestyle that The Seasons Residences homeowners experience.

The Guest House Garden

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Bedroom

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TECHNICAL PARTNERS

Designed by world-renowned experts in the real estate industry

The Seasons Residences is proud to introduce its team of experts behind this exceptional project.

Offshore Japanese Consultants:

NIKKEN SEKKEI
Overall Conceptual Design

Masakazu Kimura
Senior Executive Officer
Head of Global Business
and Management Department


With more than 25,000 projects in over 250 cities across 50 countries, Nikken Sekkei Group is an influential entity in the field of architecture, urban planning, and designing.

NOMURA KOGEI
Interior Design

Shunsuke Saeki
Creative Director


The leader in “Space Creation” and “Space Vitalization”. Nomura Kogei’s business is centered on delivering dreams and excitement to end-users via research, consultation, design, planning, and construction.

TORAFU ARCHITECTS
Facade Concept

Koichi Suzuno
Sinya Kamuro
Torafu Architects


Founded by Koichi Suzuno and Sinya Kamuro, TORAFU ARCHITECTS employs a working approach based on architectural thinking. The duo has worked on a diverse range of products: from development and interior design, spatial installations, and film making.

ASAO TOKOLO
Facade Concept

Asao Tokolo


The Master of Modern Pattern Design, Asao Tokolo has created patterns with “connecting” as the theme. He is an active practitioner in the areas of art, architecture, and design. His design was chosen to be Tokyo’s 2020 Olympic Games emblem.

Architects and Engineers:

CASAS+ ARCHITECTS
Project Architect

Arch. Carmelo T. Casas
FUAP, FPIA, AA
Founder & CEO


Casas+ Architects is one of the Philippines’ leading architectural firms. The firm designed many prominent high rise projects which transformed the skyline of key central business districts of the country.

OVE ARUP & PARTNERS
HONG KONG, LTD.
Structural

Structural

Raul Manlapig
Principal | Managing Director


From 85 offices in 35 countries, Arup’s 13,000 planners, designers, engineers, and consultants deliver innovative projects across the world with creativity and passion. Arup has been working in the Philippines since 1986; and in 1990, it established a permanent office in Manila.

DCCD ENGINEERING
CORPORATION

MEPF

Michael Roberto P. Reyes
President & COO
Torafu Architects


Since 1957, DCCD has maintained its leadership position in the engineering consultancy business, and has successfully completed more than 10,000 engineering and other consulting assignments.

DCCD is the first Filipino engineering consulting firm in the country to receive the ISO 9001:2015 (Quality), ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental), and OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety) for an integrated QEHS Management System Certification.

HLURB LS NO. 003473 | HLURB ENCR AA

Location: 8th Ave. corner 36th St., Grand Central Park, North BGC, Taguig City
Completion: December 31, 2027
Owner/Developer: Sunshine Forth North Bonifacio Realty Development Corporation