It’s no longer about how your space looks but how it enhances your lifestyle.
In this dynamic city, luxury living isn’t just defined by beautiful interiors and opulent furnishings. Today’s discerning clientele knows that comfort and ease, married with elegant aesthetics, are the luxuries of urban living.
While many condominium units boast of complete amenities and strategic addresses, only true luxury residences offer stunning design that is functional, relevant, and enriching for its unit owners.
Such homes were created with the intentional design philosophy in mind.
Intentional design is a school of thought geared toward understanding a user’s unique problems and experiences to create nuanced and streamlined design solutions. Cutting across disciplines like technology, education, and real estate, intentional design seeks to provide the best possible approaches to solve problems. This philosophy considers the long-term effects of design solutions, keeping top-notch quality and craftsmanship in mind.
One can say that a home is designed with intent when it is able to place the homeowner at the center of its design. When a condominium is able to provide comfort and ease for its residents—from the moment they step inside the lobby until they enter their unit—it has fulfilled the purpose behind its creation. This experience is something that The Velaris Residences delivers to its unit owners.
A pilot project of RHK Land Corporation—a joint venture of international property development leader Hongkong Land and local real estate expert Robinsons Land Corporation—The Velaris Residences is a treasure trove of residences and amenities for its illustrious guests.
Inspired by the works of architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, The Velaris Residences’ modern contemporary design takes on a shape of a light beam—a beacon of urban brightness. With interiors by PTang Studio, The Velaris Residences pays attention to the smallest detail, placing the needs of the residents first to design the best living experience.
The property is located at the heart of Bridgetowne, a 31-hectare destination estate that brings together the best of Pasig City and Quezon City.
Intentional design dictates the architecture and interiors of the grand central lobby, which welcomes visitors and residents alike. High-speed lifts bring residents to their floors, while those living in 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, and penthouse units get transferred directly to their exclusive lobbies via private lifts.
To make home management convenient for those with the busiest of schedules, the rooms are equipped with Smart Locks, Smart Lights, and Smart Air-conditioning accessible via smartphone even when they’re away. Decked with the finest furnishings, each unit in The Velaris Residences is customizable to suit unique needs and personalities.
Catering to multi-faceted lifestyles, The Velaris Residences boasts of numerous conveniences. A unique feature of the condominium is its Japanese onsen, where residents can treat themselves to a relaxing experience in the indoor and outdoor hot pools. The Lifestyle Gym comes with a yoga room, a yoga deck, and a dance studio, which allows residents to explore various fitness regimens. The SkyClub at the 45th level offers an exclusive suite of interconnected entertainment facilities and a breath-taking view of the city. With other amenities, such as an events pavilion, a business lounge, a kids’ playroom, and an Olympic-length pool, The Velaris Residences truly commits to providing its residents’ needs.
For more details and to reserve units, visit The Velaris Residences Show Gallery at West Drive, Bridgetowne, Quezon City, or log on to thevelarisresidences.com. You may also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
The current pandemic has illustrated what differentiates valuable properties from inferior ones, by bringing to light the importance of their projects’ key elements. With restrictions on people movement and interaction with others, real estate investors now put more weight on location, property management, developer expertise, and comforts.
As published in Esquiremag.ph.