Meet The Architect Behind This Industrial-Pinoy Home
Inspired by the Bahay Kubo, this architect worked with industrial details and affordable building materials to create an inviting space
It’s not surprising why many instantly fell in love with architect Alistair Sadie’s home in Alabang. The façade is striking and beautiful, and once you step inside, the interiors will make you want to build or renovate your space, too.
In just four months, Alistair and his team worked on the space, incorporating DIY pieces, natural materials, and even ideas like cross-ventilation into the final look. Finishing the project involved a few challenges like sourcing for the right materials, but sticking to your vision and patiently visiting different stores proved worthwhile. Learn how he was able to achieve the industrial home in the video below:
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