Buensalido Architects wins two awards

posted March 08, 2018 at 06:36 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Leading Filipino architectural and design laboratory Buensalido Architects was recently recognized for its work on APT Studios headquarters and Terraces at Dao office. 

The architectural firm received the top prize in the Culture Category of Kohler Bold Design Awards for its design of the headquarters of APT Entertainment, Inc.

Buensalido Architects principal architect and chief design ambassador Arch. John Patrick Anthony Buensalido (third from left) received the Kohler Bold Design Award together with (from left) Arch. Martin Mendoza, Arch. Larry Espino, Arch. Bayani Dela Passion, Arch. Michael Germino, and Arch. Mark Arocena.
The APT Studios, which houses the production of one of the country’s biggest daily noontime shows, was designed to reflect its output: a respite from life’s daily challenges. By incorporating elements such as theater curtains and drapes into various aspects of the design, the structure better displays the studio’s commitment to bringing uplifting stories to audience’s screens.

The Kohler Bold Design Awards is a new architectural and interior design competition in Asia-Pacific held in collaboration with Design Anthology and ABS-CBN Publishing, Inc.

Buensalido Architects was also lauded for its work on the Terraces at Dao office in the Commercial Category of the Metrobank Art and Design Excellence Anthology Architecture Awards.

The APT Studios designed by Buensalido Architects
The MADE Anthology Architecture Award is given to architects or firms responsible for designs with the most significant architectural or social impact of the year.

For more information on Buensalido Architects, email design@buensalidoarchitects.com or visit www.buensalidoarchitects.com.

Topics: Buensalido Architects , architectural , design , laboratory , APT Studios headquarters and Terraces , Culture Category , Kohler Bold Design Awards
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