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Janice de Belen’s Renovated Family Home

Simple, airy, and spacious—this two-storey property is filled with art, a variety of collections, and happy memories

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Original Article: Jocelyn T. Valle and Candice Lim-Venturanza Photography: Dakila Angeles

They say the home is a reflection of one’s personality and we couldn’t agree more. Each time you step into a space, you can’t help but feel excited about what you’re about to see and discover. Aside from giving guests a peek into the favorites and passions of the owner, it also echoes a chapter in one’s life. In the case of actress Janice de Belen, renovating this property meant creating a home for her kids who are growing up and acquiring more belongings over time. It also allowed her to achieve a space that’s child-friendly—since her grandchildren often visit—and a place where her pets can roam around freely.

With the expertise of architects/interior designers Deng Gepanaga, Arlene Andres, and Dong Caritativo, the house went through an overhaul. Janice was on top of the whole process and after almost two years of extensive work, the family was able to move and settle into the bright and spacious home in 2014.

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