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SAKURA model unit of the Proscenium

With so many condominium options in the property market today, prospective buyers need to be impressed with beautiful interiors that flow graciously through the unit’s living spaces and are harmonious in theme. The model unit has thus become a critical selling point too, providing visual images for customers and making it easier for them to envision themselves enjoying the apartment they hope to own.

Ready for viewing is the Sakura model unit of the Proscenium, one of five iconic towers at Rockwell’s greatest original yet. The model unit reveals a glimpse of the artful living that its elite residential community will soon experience.

Elegant living space

Acclaimed interior designers Butch Valdez and Alice Erfe designed the Sakura as an impeccably elegant living space that reflects the revolutionary architecture of the Proscenium, a masterpiece of starchitect Carlos Ott. The interiors of the Sakura are bathed in a soothing palette of warm neutrals with splashes of color, creating perfect harmony between the modern and the traditional. Wherever possible, natural materials were used, like fine horsehair wallpaper and soft linens.

The contemporary furniture are all made of natural fiber instead of synthetic materials. To complement the soft furnishings, a range of Filipino and European artwork has been added. All this hopes to echo the art-and-culture lifestyle of the future residents of Proscenium

A striking three-piece installation adds more areas of interest to the living space, and a painting of a Filipino banga gives warmth to the room. A majestic painting functions as a focal point and conversation piece at the dining area.

Floor-to-ceiling windows at the living and dining areas provide residents with majestic views of surrounding city skylines once they move in their home at the Proscenium. The spacious bedrooms continue the calming color scheme, striking design and arrangement of sophisticated pieces, with wide windows for natural light to shine through.

Most chic address

Proscenium is set in the midst of Makati City’s most chic address at the Rockwell Center. It is the ideal home for those seeking prestigious living in the Makati CBD. Units as large as 300 square meters perfectly suit their refined lifestyles of its future residents. This revolutionary development offers its community amenities beyond the ordinary, with almost a hectare of space devoted to luxurious swimming pools, a gym, a jogging path, a day-care center, a game room and more.

The Proscenium brings art and culture in all its forms to the Rockwell community, with a 600-seater theater that will soon house world-class performances, and the Lopez Museum, which houses the Lopez family’s rare collections of arts that span generations. Completing the experience is a retail row that will feature distinctive dining choices and luxury brands.

The interiors of the Sakura only offer a taste of what is to come at the Proscenium. Already, the Rockwell community is preparing for a new level of living this development will introduce, as a new icon in the city skyline rises. For inquiries, visit the model unit at the South Court of the Power Plant Mall or visit www.prosceniumatrockwell.com.

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