The Celandine

The Celandine Modern Contemporary Architecture
Along with the advent of technology during the early 20th century, a new style in design and architecture took place. Characterized mainly by simple geometry and right-angled lines, modern contemporary architecture deviates from excessive ornamentation of the past styles. Mostly utilitarian in nature, modern architecture’s dictum is “form follows function” (Louis Sullivan) –a principle on which the building’s shape should be primarily based on its intended function or purpose.

Architecture Of Celandine

The building’s design elements and materials are manifested in the sleek architectural lines, textures and composition. Aside from enhancing the building aesthetically, atria and sky patio also improves natural lighting and ventilation inside the building. Well-placed opening allow natural air to circulate inside the building preventing hot air to stay within. Sky patios and atria also act as amenity areas at higher floors, thus creating spaces where residents can interact with one another while enjoying the view outside. Light-colored rectangular frames at sky patio dissected by the earth-toned vertical columns balances the façade, forming the building’s sense of character and integrity in its architectural design concept.

Location and Vicinity Map

Site Development Plan

Unit Types

Building Floor Plan

Amenities and Facilities