Remember that awesome view of the city of Manila through my Olympus PEN? This is the condo where I shot from.
It’s a 75-square metre two-bedroom condo unit that interior designer Nina Santamaria converted into a one-bedroom. The second smaller room was turned into a closet. The owner, Lyndon Cayco, loves collecting art. Nina found enough space to highlight his pieces and even created a gallery wall.
Upon entering you see a wooden pedestal that holds Lyndon’s precious antique saints. The pedestal is made by VIto Selma. This was from his Bahia collection where he recycled old train tracks from Bacolod. It’s upcycling, converting waste into new objects. Vito Selma is exclusively available (in the Philippines) at KISH in Nicanor Garcia St, Makati.
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