“The latest Ayala Land Premier residential project Park Central Towers is set to redefine the Makati skyline by 2024.”
It was conceptualized by luxury boutique Singaporean design firm, SCDA in collaboration with architectural firm, Leandro V. Locsin Partners.
The towers will stand on a vast 15,860-sqm parcel adjacent to an equally opulent Ayala Land Premier project, Roxas Triangle Towers. These prestigious, ultra luxury developments make up the Roxas Triangle block, which is turning out to be one of the most valuable residential real estate addresses in the country.
Double-volume ceilinged living area
A glimpse of Park Central Towers’ well-appointed spaces can now be experienced at the project’s recently opened show flat located at the Glorietta 3 Park at Ayala Center, Makati City. Featuring a palatial three-bedroom Aquaview Villa Residence, the show flat exudes understated elegance sprawled across 289 sqm.
The paramount living experience promised by the ultra luxury development is evident as soon as one enters the unit’s own foyer, through a private lift. Upon entering the double doors, guests are ushered into a large living area, which boasts a double-volume ceiling height (5.7 meters) punctuated by a brass geometric chandelier. Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows enliven the space by allowing natural light to flood in, at the same time offering the home’s residents’ sweeping views of the Makati skyline.
A warm, muted palette of taupe, cream, and dark brown harmoniously complement the mix of various designer pieces and opulent textures in the space. This volume flows out into the unit’s own plunge pool and deck area. A statement lounge piece by Dedon anchors the space, and coupled with flooring of weather-resistant wood composite planks, give the deck the very airy, warm, and inviting feel of the outdoors.
The Aquaview Villa features a gourmet kitchen supplemented by an adjoining utility kitchen. The European-grade gourmet kitchen showcases custom cabinetry by Italian brand Varenna and a range hood, cooktop and oven by SMEG. In the dining area, a pair of antique wooden ceiling panels from an old church, preside over a long dining table made of local kamagong hardwood.
The more private spaces will reflect the discerning lifestyles of its well-heeled residents, containing heirloom pieces, and various works of art.
The two secondary bedrooms contain en-suite bathrooms with homogenous tile flooring and solid surface countertops. An entire wall of the master bedroom is clad in bronze mirror, complementing the king-sized bed. Twenty-four square meters are dedicated to the large master bath, which includes a striking walk-in-closet designed by Poliform. The bathroom’s wet area features a handheld shower and rain shower, as well as a stand-alone bath tub, affording residents an almost spa-like experience.
The interior design of the Park Central Towers show flat was envisioned by noted architect Jose Antonio Mendoza, who has evidently manifested Ayala Land Premier’s vision for the project.
Striking the perfect balance between streamlined, contemporary pieces with timeless antiques ennobled by patina, Mendoza underscores the distinct value of an Ayala Land Premier residence: an investment that is valued today and for generations to come.
The latest Ayala Land Premier residential project is set to redefine the Makati skyline by 2024.