This House in Pasig Has Been Under Renovation For Years
Architect Pierre Briones transformed a dated property into a stunning home filled with wooden touches, designer pieces, and handpicked accessories
It’s so easy to fall in love with this cul-de-sac property found in a village in Pasig. The Japanese-inspired exterior will make you stop, stare, and wonder about what’s inside. A project by architect Pierre Briones of BRIOArc Studio, the house highlights inviting common areas defined by designer pieces, a spacious open kitchen perfect for entertaining guests, and an outdoor area that’s ideal for al fresco dining and get-togethers.
The owner shares that the house is a continuous labor of love. After all, maintaining a home is no easy feat and we always find ways to update a corner every now and then. Take a virtual tour of this inspiring property by watching the video below:
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