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A Minimalist Industrial Home in Bacolod

Clean lines, cast-in place concrete, and minimal decor set this modern house apart

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Original Article: Katherine Lopez Photography: Miguel Nacianceno Pictorial Direction: Gwyn GS Guanzon Architect: Bernie Sason

The elements that should always be present in industrial homes include raw concrete, exposed plumbing, unfinished materials, and stainless steel and glass touches. All these details and more are present in this minimalist house in Talisay City, Negros Occidental. Inspired by modern Japanese architecture, the home of architect Bernie Sason and wife Cecile is a stunning example of industrial interiors.

After years of living in the traditional three-bedroom bungalow they moved into as newlyweds, Bernie and Cecile finally decided to build their dream home. With his experience as one of the owners and designers of Sason Shop, a furniture store in Bacolod, Bernie effortlessly created a clean and bare space. For a modern but comfortable style, he paired concrete, steel, and glass with Philippine hardwood furniture, woven pieces, and textured stone.

Original article by Katherine Lopez. Pictorial direction by Gwyn GS Guanzon. Photographed by Miguel Nacianceno.

Read the original article ("Minimally Yours") in the May 2010 issue of Real Living Magazine. To download a digital copy of Real Living Magazine, visit Summit Newsstand at  https://summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living.

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