|Address:||32nd Street corner 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 1634 [View Map]|
|Building height:||137 meters|
|Floors above ground:||32|
|Floors below ground:||7|
The Curve is a stunning skyscraper in Taguig, characterized by a geometrical curve and an all-glass facade. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP and developed by Irmo Inc., this building boasts a curtain wall system, making it stand out in the city’s skyline.
The skyscraper has a surface made entirely of glass except for the ground level. It looks like a rectangular prism that was twisted slightly, making the upper part of the side surface have a different angle from the lower levels. White support pillars are visible at the ground level.
The building offers ample space for offices and other business ventures with a gross leasable area of 25,300 square meters and a typical floor plate of 1,100 square meters. In addition, the building is PEZA certified, which means that it is recognized by the Philippine government as a prime location for businesses that engage in export-oriented activities. The Curve is also LEED Gold certified, indicating it is energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
The Curve, also known as IRMO Tower, stands facing “Ang Supremo,” an open area with a monument of Andres Bonifacio at 3rd Ave. cor. Rizal Drive. It is conveniently located on the other side of 32nd St. from St. Luke Medical Center, providing easy access to medical care. Visitors can easily access the building by car or public transportation, with numerous options, including taxis and BGC buses.
Posted on September 22, 2019 under Offices. Last updated on 22 Apr 2023. .