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A Black-and-White Three-Storey Townhouse in Baguio City

A doctor and art director couple chose a minimalist design style, monochromatic color scheme, and Filipino art pieces for their home together

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Original Article: Sunshine Selga Funa Photography: Jun Pinzon Pictorial Direction: Coni Tejada

You would think that a doctor and art director may have very little in common, but that is not necessarily true! In fact, couple Felina and Norman Adefuin (a doctor and art director, respectively) both wanted a minimalist look, a black-and-white color scheme, and artworks by Filipino artists for their rented three-storey townhouse.

Read the original article ("On Neutral Ground") in the December 2010 issue of Real Living Magazine. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App. Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details.

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