Tagô: A Take on the Modern Bahay-Kubo
A suburban residence employs modern and eco-sustainable comforts within a classic Filipino design
The classic Filipino bahay kubo gets a modern upgrade in Tago properties in Tagaytay City. Tago is a partnership between United Pacific Capital Corporation, landowner of Tago, and Manosa Properties, Inc. (MPI), who spearheaded the design and development of the property.
CEO of MPI Dino Manosa says the Tago homes were inspired by the bahay kubo’s open-plan coupled with distinctive Manosa aesthetics that highlight airiness and ample use of local materials. Located just 300 meters off Aguinaldo Highway in Tagaytay City, the exclusive, close-knit community environment will only have a total of 52 homes, ensuring wide open spaces that showcase the location’s natural beauty.
All photos are from Manosa Properties.
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