Zsa Zsa Padilla And Conrad Onglao Are Building A Farmhouse
The power couple are building their dream farmhouse in the province
We’ve all admired the sophisticated, modern architecture and timeless interiors of singer Zsa Zsa Padilla and architect Conrad Onglao’s three-storey home in Makati. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that the power couple is building a dream farmhouse in the province together.
In a recent Instagram post, Zsa Zsa reveals that she and Conrad are in the initial stages of constructing the farmhouse in a photo of the couple standing in front of the undisclosed site, which is bordered by trees.
The caption reads: “Hi, guys! Construction of our farm house already started. We are also building ponds along the property and can’t wait to show you when it’s finished. I want to take a picture at this very spot when it’s done, hopefully by next year. #farmhouse #farm This has been a project of ours since March of this year. Architect Conrad has such a great vision for this place—I know…lucky me!”
We can’t wait to see the final farmhouse, and we know it’ll be amazing, as architect Conrad is known for his incredibly elegant, high-end commercial and residential projects, and the designer has been featured on the pages of Architectural Digest magazine, no less.
Let’s take a peek again at the couple’s home in Makati:
The dramatic, three-storey residence glows from within because of the floor-to-ceiling windows. One part of the house includes a shaft for an actual elevator.
This modern structure is bordered on all sides by landscaping created by Ponce Veridiano. Some of the plants used include tropical varieties such as selloum, Buddha belly, ferns, and elephant ears beside large fruit trees and bamboo.
Frameless glass balusters on the second floor and stairwell allow for unhampered views of the lovely interiors on the ground floor.
Floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the illusion of being outdoors, surround the living area. A large sectional sofa is the main furniture piece, while a zebra-skin area rug anchors the space.
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