« Previous Entries

MCC Center
The MCC Center is a vertical, low-rise building with a green glass and concrete facade. Its ground floor has a gray facade that provides a cover on the sidewalk in front of it. The cover has Metrobank Card written on its front and side. The top has a green flattened triangular concrete structure. 6778 Ayala Ave., Makati
CyberOne Building
CyberOne Building, as seen from along the Orchard Road near its southern end that intersects with Eastwood Avenue. CybeOne is a gray high-rise building with alternating horizontal bands of concrete and glass windows. Decorative letters forming MEGAWORLD is near its top, just above the topmost glass row. 11 Eastwood Ave., Eastwood City Cyberpark, Libis, Quezon City
OMM-Citra Building
In this picture, the OMM-Citra Building is the building at the center with blue-green glasses for a facade. Its top floor and lower podium floors (second and third) have an orange concrete facade. The main entrance has an arc on which OMM-Citra is embedded. Partially seen in this picture are the Octagon Center on the left and The Linden Suites on the right. 39 San Miguel Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig
Asian Century Center
The Asian Century Center is a mid-rise building with a blocky appearance. Its appearance can be described as alternating rows of concrete walls and viewing ports. The upper floors have viewing ports made of glass windows, while the lower levels, except the ground floor, have viewing ports made of steel railings through which the support columns are visible. Plants in the foregrounds cover the ground floor, but its glass walls are still visible. A gray diagonal steel beam covers what appears to be a high ceiling floor between the topmost floor with steel railings and the lowest floor with glass windows. This diagonal steel bends upward and covers a small part of the floors with glass windows extending to the top of the building. This picture was shot while standing across 3rd Avenue near the curved passage connecting it to Rizal Drive. 27th St. cor 4th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
KPMG Center
The KPMG Center is made mostly of a white concrete structure. Its two lowest floors are recessed with four Greek-like columns in front of them that extends from the ground to the next higher level. The stories above the Greek columns have matrices of rectangular glass windows. The top of the building has a triangular concrete structure akin to a roof. 6787 Ayala Ave., Makati City
Net Park
Net Park is a high-rise building with a facade of glass windows and diagonal beams. The diagonal pattern extends all the way to the top such that the top of the building is a diagonal structure. The lower podium levels, which is 1/4 the height of the building, has iron and concrete facade and no diagonal pattern but has horizontal recesses that seem to indicate parking spaces or mechanical rooms. The ground floor has visible cylindrical columns, and beyond these columns are glass walls. 5th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Strata 2000
Strata 2000 is a midrise building with a facade of alternating horizontal bands of white concrete and recessed glass windows. The side has a green concrete vertical section lined with small glasses. The top floor has the same green color as the vertical section on the side, with a narrow horizontal band of glass for the window. The second floor has the same appearance as the top floor except that it is white. Plants surround the ground floor with a low and wide concrete staircase leading to the main entrance. F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig
Banco De Oro (BDO) Plaza
BDO Plaza is a tall narrow building with a facade that is made entirely of brownish-green glass panels. The gray concrete parts can only be seen on the firewall between it and the adjacent building and the ground floor, the ceiling of which the blue signage of Banco De Oro or BDO is attached. This is the view from the sidewalk along Makati Avenue on the side of Ayala Triangle Park, near the intersection with Paseo De Roxas. 8737 Paseo De Roxas, Makati

« Previous Entries


Navigating through Philippines' concrete jungle