When young families are looking to settle down, a good neighborhood and clean living space are becoming increasingly vital considerations. These were two things the owners of this lovely modern home considered worth sacrificing the convenience of life in the heart of the city for. (Although, as the owners will admit, giving up the traffic, polluted air, and general hectic quality of city life was not as big a sacrifice as some might imagine.)

Located in a quiet village with stunning views of Mt. Makiling and Laguna de Bay, a lovely clubhouse, and even a golf course, this house was designed by architect John Pangilinan and decorated in part by his wife, Vicki Aldeguer-Pangilinan, along with the owners themselves.

There were three things the homeowners were looking for in their new home: light, air, and space. The result? An airy white house that looks bigger than its actual 240-square-meter floor area.


(First published in Real Living, Real Homes section, January 2007. Photos by Miguel Nacianceno, styling by Issa Villar and Carlo Vergara; adapted for use in Female Network)

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