Art in Every Corner

Walking with photographer Lawrence del Mundo reveals the beauty on BGC streets

December 11, 2015 by Conch Tiglao
  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    Andres Bonifacio by Japanese street art duo Doppel, at one of the walls of Bonifacio High Street Central

  • Located at Burgos Circle, Trees, by Reynato Paz-Contreras signify the strength of Mother Nature.

  • Ben-Hur G. Villanueva’s Ang Supremo pays tribute to the struggle for the Philippines’ freedom and independence.

  • Balanghai, by Leo Gerardo Leonardo, is the artist’s tribute to the spirit of community and hope.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    Gorgeous architectural lines at One Parkade and Alveo Corporate Center.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    Details of Mind Museum, designed by Architect Lor Calma.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    Designed by renowned green architect Chad Oppenheim, Net Lima is part of Taguig’s very first certified green project.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    Low angle perspective on Pacific Plaza Towers, one of the first residential condominiums at BGC, and The Icon Residence.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    SM Aura was also designed in accordance with green architecture policies, by the Coscolluela Group.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    Part of one of BGC’s most popular murals, Mother Nature, by artist Dee Jae Pa’este.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    The asymmetrical exterior of F1 Hotel provides the perfect contrast to the clean lines of Globe Telecom headquarters.

  • Photo by Lawrence Del Mundo

    Function and art meld beautifully—lamp posts disguised as sculptures at Serendra, BGC.

  • Transformation by Architect Lor Calma.

Well-designed buildings and structures, and eye-catching street art and installations are a trademark of Bonifacio Global City (BGC). From Clipp Center’s rhythmic trapezoidal claddings and the bio-architecture of Mind Museum (both by renowned Filipino architect Lor Calma), to colorful street art and interactive sculptures, BGC is one of the few developments in the country that feature great design and art at every corner. Even such mundane objects as trash receptacles have been decorated with colorful, artistic doodles, that walking through the development’s streets is like touring a really large outdoor museum.

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