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Each floor is laid out so that every unit will enjoy natural light and ventilation

Great view is assured with The Trion Towers’ innovative building arrangement.


High-rise condo boasts novel concept

By Charles E. Buban
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 17:39:00 02/23/2009

Filed Under: Housing & Urban Planning

THE TRION Towers is set to introduce an innovative design in high-rise residential development.

With three 49-story buildings arranged in a triangular formation, this fourth property development of Robinsons Land Corp. in Bonifacio Global City will enable all of its units to enjoy privacy, good quality daylight, natural ventilation as well as multiple views of the surrounding environs.


?This ingenious and groundbreaking tri-axial design contributes to the uniqueness and grandness of The Trion Towers, setting it apart from other residential developments here in Metro Manila,? Robinson Land SVP Raoul Littaua says.

Located within a one-hectare property bounded by 8th avenue, McKinley Parkway and the American Battle Monument, The Trion Towers? buildings would be lined up in such a way that all the unit owners could enjoy a view.

?Depending on which tower one will reside, he/she will get expansive views of either the scenic Laguna de Bay, the sophisticated Ortigas skyline, or the Manila Bay and its world-famous sunset. Moreover, each floor is laid out in such a way that natural light as well as fresh air to freely flow in,? Littaua describes.

Aside from this unique arrangement, the three towers will rise on a landscaped Central Plaza Garden, which spreads throughout the property, providing its residents and guests with water features such as beach-type swimming pools for kids and adults, fountains and ponds by the entrance.

There will also be meditation gardens, jogging and walking paths, therapeutic paths, reading nooks, outdoor fitness center, outdoor party area, kids? play area, bicycle tracks, mini theater, videoke bar, aerobics room, function rooms, library lounge and game room.

?There?s no need to imagine all these as we have model units?designed by Songsong & Periquet and JP+CG Architects Co.?available for viewing as well as staff who would be more than willing to entertain any inquiries,? Littaua says.

The Trion Towers will offer one-bedroom flat units (ranging from 42.13 to 55.29 square meters), two-bedroom flat units (58.98 to 61.83 sq m) and three-bedroom flat units (101.11 to 123.02 sq m)?all with high ceilings and huge windows designed to let in breeze.

Al fresco moments

According to Robinsons Land, these units are excellent for full nesters as well as growing families, or even to those who love to have al fresco moments at the balcony that will be available in a number of units.

Unit price ranges from around P3.4 million to 7.9 million.

While maximizing every square meter its building will be standing on, the design of the The Trion Towers will not sacrifice the esthetic value.

?The No. 1 challenge for developers here in Metro Manila is how to maximize the very limited space available to them. More often, they ended up with cramped looking high-rise projects and mitigate this shortcoming by doing embellishments in the building?s interior. We believe we have overcome this problem with development of The Trion Towers,? Littaua says.

Indeed, with Metro Manila?s already crowded environ, the development of The Trion Towers is a breath of fresh idea that other developers could emulate.

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