Designed with cultural and climatic context of the Philippines and Manila’s position in a global economy. This skyscraper is one of the most prestigious office addess in the country. It has 48 storeys above the ground and five levels of underground parking area, rising at about 200 meters near the intersetion of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas.
The external facade of the structure is designed with glass, aluminium panel and granite. It features large column-free floor plates of office space. The tower proper is incorporated into the system horizontal sunscreens, vertical fins, light bullnoses, crown lighting and balcony trellises according to Emporis, a real estate data mining company that collects and publishes data and photographs of buildings worldwide.
Philamlife Tower in a reflection of the Philippines’ growing economy. It is a mark of infrastruture developement in the country that is now being named as one of the newly industrialized nations in Southeast Asia. High-end. Corporate. This skyscraper seems to be one of the legs that will pull up the Philippine’s future global race.
I always pass by infront of this skyscraper. I always notice its lights, the reflections, the glossy walls and modernly defined ceiling of its entrance. Three of my housemates and a number of my brods and sisses in an organization I belong work in the offices in this building. How I wish I could explore what’s inside sooner.
Floor count: 48 aboveground, 5 belowground
Official Height: 200 m (656.17 ft)
Location: 8767 Paseo de Roxas Avenue, Makati City, Philippines