A Modern Take on the Bahay-na-Bato
Take a peek inside these luxury homes inspired by the Spanish colonial bahay-na-bato at the heart of the city
Quezon City welcomes a new addition in New Manila with the development of Manosa Properties, Inc.’s Campanilla Lane. This 3,027sqm residential project inspired by the Spanish heritage bahay-na-bato fuses together traditional architectural elements with contemporary design details.
These limited edition Manosa-designed homes use sustainable materials such as bamboo, tanguile, rattan, and local stone in its 20 units. Sixteen of these exclusive and low-density luxury apartments are housed within two buildings, each with a penthouse with loft.
All photos are from Manosa Properties.
Apartment Building One has one unit per floor, while Apartment Building Two has two units per floor. All units are approximately 260sqm in size, with three bedrooms, each with its own toilet and bath, a den, powder room, and a maid’s quarters.
The four villas have four floors, each with its own garden, and are envisioned to be a “multigenerational home” for its owners. A “multigenerational home” means it can accommodate three generations per home, which later on, evolves into an ancestral home for the family. These villas have two master bedrooms and an elevator.
Campanilla Lane has a pool and multifunction area for recreational use and entertainment, encouraging a close-knit community among its residents.
Each unit is completely finished with cabinets, flooring, lighting fixtures, and ceiling fans.
This Manosa designed home’s open layout offers an airiness and spaciousness rare in a city apartment. Its signature Manosa design ensures each unit has optimal ventilation and ample natural light, creating an eco-friendly home.
Sliding doors divide the den from the living and dining areas.
An open kitchen allows one to entertain guests while prepping meals–an ideal set up for homeowners who love to have friends and family over.
The space is spacious and has ample storage for a fully-functioning kitchen unlike those typically found in small city apartments. The counters are fitted with antibacterial surfaces.
The signature Manosa design: a built-in banggerahan, a traditional feature in Filipino kitchens where dishes are laid out to dry.
The bathroom is minimalist in design, yet uses porcelain tiles in the walls and ceramic flooring. Dual/low flush toilets are installed for less water consumption.
Each bedroom is fitted with bamboo flooring and rattan weave ceiling installed with a ceiling fan. Wide panel windows allow natural light and ventilation into the room.
The mirrors and wooden panels hide ample storage space that keep the space uncluttered and organized.
A neutral palette of creams and beiges allow the bamboo flooring, rattan mat weave ceilings, and natural wood panelling to shine.
The living area opens up with a sliding door to a deck that with tanguile wood ceiling.
For more information, manosa-properties.com.