Se trata de un espacio en transformación constante por la luz.Un gran laberinto cuyas salidas se abren y rematan en el oceano.Originally, said Claude, he had planned to use the silong or ground floor of Bale Dutung as a display area for his sculpture and furnishings.But since he was also exploring his culinary boundaries, he invited a group of Ateneo faculty, including the late great Doreen Fernandez, dean of Filipino food critics, to a degustation lunch in the silong.Es un juego donde todo fue creado para generar una continua pulsión por el mar; para hacer que quienes lo habiten busquen y encuentren la salida, lleguen siempre a él con la mirada, lo atrapen.
This is where people from various religious affiliations are welcome to attend a weekly gathering of Christians offering their thanksgiving to God (every Saturday) and listen to the preachings of Bro.
I sourced most of my materials from an old church that was being torn down, he recalled, pointing to the limestone posts, brick walls and wooden panels.
On an earlier visit, I recall him telling us that he had sourced the floorboards of his second-floor living area from a bowling alley, which explains the patina of age and use that no amount of floor wax could duplicate.
“We looked around in other areas in Pampanga and Clark, but we considered safety and comfort of our people and customers.” He also praised the SM management “for always having a good experience with its malls.” “We believe there are lots of talented and dedicated workers in Pampanga, that’s why Motif chose to invest here,” Mehta said.
The opening on June 10 was graced by Motif cofounder and Site Head India Parul Mehto and Vice President and Site Head Philippines Annie Pineda.