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Jollibee Centre
This is the Jollibee Centre, as seen from the sidewalk on the opposite side of San Miguel Avenue, a few meters south of the segment that is directly in front of it. The low-rise building is blocky in shape with a height that is slightly longer than the width of its frontage. Each of the higher floors has glass windows occupying its upper half, giving the building the appearance of alternating strands of glass and gray concrete. Four of the middle floors are similar to upper floors except that they have recess in the middle. On each middle level, the recess has three glass window panels and a red concrete balcony. The lower floors have glass windows only with the concrete part forming a decorative arc on which JOLLIBEE CENTRE is embedded. The ground floor has a concrete ceiling cover in front, with glass walls underneath and a glass door on the right side. Four gray cylindrical pillars are visible from the ground to the lower floors, ending just under the lowest floor with a red balcony. San Miguel Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig
Sysu Centre
Sysu Centre standing as seen from the front of Cacao Hotel on the opposite side of Sgt. Esguerra St. Sysu Centre is a beige blocky low rise building with dark gray railings and glass windows from the second to the fifth floor. The ground floor has larger glass windows flanking the main entrance. The top floor has smallar area and recessed inward as if it's a penthouse. OPn the right side is a rectangular shaft that runs from ground to top floor, probably an elevator shaft. 145 Panay Ave. cor. Sgt. Esquerra St., Quezon City
The Curve
The Curve is a high rise building that, except for the ground floor, has a surface made entirely of glass. It looks like a rectangular prism that was twisted slightly, making the upper part of the side surface have different angle as compare to the lower part. White support pillars are visible at the ground level. This picture was taken from the opposite side of 32nd St. somewhere between Rizal Drive and 2nd Ave. 32nd St. cor. 3rd Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Cyberscape Beta
Cyberscape Beta as seen from ADB Avenue. It is a tall building with a concrete facade and with windows forming a seven-column formation. The five columns of middle windows are surrounded by a dark gray wall, while the columns on the side are surrounded by a lighter shade of gray. The ground floor has entrances that are partly visible in this photograph. The second to sixth floors have windows that are made of steel railings, with the ones on the sixth floor being taller than others. These floors are possibly parking floors and machine room floors. The upper floors have rectangular glass windows. The logo of Robinsons Land Corporation, a red curly uppercase letter R on a blue square is seen on the left of the building, with the words CYBER BETA on the right of the logo. There's also a small protruding platform on top of the building right of the letters BETA. Topaz and Ruby Roads, Ortigas Center, Pasig
Ortigas Building
Ortigas Building is a low-rise 10-story building; this picture was taken from the island dividing the two sides of Meralco Avenue. Each floor from 2nd to 10th floor has rows of glass windows and concrete walls with an overhead design made of glass panels mounted on horizontal metal beams. The ground floor has glass and concrete walls with a concrete protrusion that can serve as cover to those standing in front of it. The words ORTIGAS BUILDING in a gray metallic material is seen on the front center of this concrete protrusion above the main entrance. Ortigas Ave. cor. Meralco Ave., Pasig City
IBM Plaza
The back of IBM Plaza as seen from the compound of St. Pio of Pietrelcina Chapel. IBM Plaza has a tall blocky appearance and has a facade of mostly gray concrete. It has a row of blue-green glass windows on each floor and what looks like iron railings on the left and right ends. Two columns of smaller rectangular windows are also visible on the side facing the adjacent building. It also has what looks like an external elevator shaft that reaches halfway to the floors above the podium. 8 Eastwood Ave., Eastwood City, Quezon City
Ore Central
This is the Ore Central as seen from within the Track 30th. The lowest floors of the building have glass walls through which you can see some pillars. The middle part of the building is a concrete section with no windows and above it, an open area with plants. The building has three stacks of inverted L-shaped sections with blue glasses as walls and windows. The lowest L-section extends from the ground, with its bent part on top of the concrete middle part supported by cylindrical pillars. The second L-section extends from the concrete middle part, held by cylindrical pillars, with its bent part on top of the lowest L-section's bent part. The topmost L-shape section is above of the lowest L-section, and its bent part is on top of the second L-section. 9th Ave. cor. 31st St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Sagittarius Building
The Sagittarius Building is a gray mid-rise building. As seen in front, it has two parts. What appears to be the main section on the right is full of dark glass windows, with 7-11 and Subway at the ground floor. The left section has the building's main entrance on the ground floor, and above it are floors with a window covered in what looks like X made of concrete on each floor. It is also shorter and narrower than the right section. This photo was taken while approaching the building walking along L. P. Leviste St. 111 H.V. Dela Costa St., Salcedo Village, Makati

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