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Modern Asian look for Dingdong Dantes's Penthouse

Filipino artwork and designer furniture define the Kapuso leading man's Modern Asian retreat

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Original Article: Kathleen Valle Photography: Rene Mejia Architect: Ria and Glen Malig of Gamaconstruct

The Kapuso leading man lives in a low-rise residential building that his grandfather Enrique Gonzales built. After a few years of occupying the 300sqm penthouse, he asked architects Ria and Glen Malig of Gamaconstruct to turn it into a Modern Asian bachelor pad.

Located in the busy and fast-paced Quezon City, this home has a relaxing and calming exterior. Commissioned art pieces and collector’s items can be found throughout the home. To personalize the space, every nook and cranny has interesting details and unique touches.

Original article by Kathleen Valle. Photographed by Rene Mejia. 

Read the original article in YES! Celebrity Homes Special 2010 issue. To download a digital copy of YES!, visit Summit Newsstand at http://summitnewsstand.com.ph/yes-magazine

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