A Coffee Project’s magical story as seen through the ‘Glass House’
Written by: Amy R. Remo
This gorgeous, light-filled glass pavilion lets you see through the wonderful story of Coffee Project.
And it’s a story of magical moments, of grand ideas and growth, of shared spaces and hearty laughs—a tale that the newly opened Glass House delightfully portrays with its breathtaking airy interiors, lush gardens, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, transparent ceilings, excellent food and coffee, and of course, gracious service.
Glass House, a brilliant addition to the local café scene, is indeed a fitting piece de resistance of the growing Coffee Project chain, out to once again awe and inspire coffee enthusiasts. As the latest brainchild of tycoon Manuel B. Villar Jr., Glass House continues the beautiful story of Coffee Project, and raises the bar once more for coffee-loving Filipinos.
Located at the Palazzo Verde in Vista Alabang, Glass House gives guests an enhanced selection of sumptuous dishes and curated coffee-based creations. Help yourself to its exciting new offerings that include Peach and Prosciutto Salad, Squid Ink Spaghetti in Aligue Sauce, and Five Cheese Ziti Al Forno, which you can pair with Glass House’s craft beverages.
Enjoy all these in the company of friends and family, in light-filled spaces that seem to break boundaries between the indoors and the outdoors.
Beautiful biophilic interiors
Bright, stunning and airy, Glass House’s interiors tout a biophilic design that recognizes your innate affinity for nature. The warm neutral tones are complemented by the shrubs and greenery adorning every corner of the café, while the floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow you to enjoy the refreshing sight of the lush gardens within Palazzo Verde or the beautiful bright blue sky on a good day. At night, Glass House turns into a romantic spot where it’s as if (if you’re lucky) you’re dining under the stars.
So whether you want to have a leisurely brunch, lunch, or dinner here, Glass House offers an amazing backdrop and a cozy ambience well worth that trip to the south. After all, there’s always something about light-filled spaces that make dining more romantic and even fairytale-like.
Glass House is indeed one of the most beautiful expressions of Coffee Project today, reflecting its expansion, its growth, its refinement—a foretelling of more exciting things to come.
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