After a stressful workday—not to mention countless hours spent on the road due to worsening metro traffic—homeowners just want to come home to a comfortable and cozy nest, where they can indulge in life’s simple pleasures with family, friends, and even neighbors.
Recognizing this basic need, Amaia Land Corp. welcomes residents in its Amaia Scapes communities with comfy interiors that spell home and hearth—along with thoughtfully conceived amenities that cater to all manner of recreational interests. With these in place, every member of the family finds something to enjoy without having to venture outside. Think facilities that engage residents’ skills and talents—plus social spaces that foster a sense of community and belonging.
Homeowers of Amaia Land developments outside the metro likewise relish an upgraded lifestyle in various Amaia Scapes condo projects.
In Amaia Scapes Bauan, a village pavilion, a basketball court, and a swimming pool are now available for all residents, while those of Amaia Scapes Trece, Lucena, Capas, and Pampanga, Northpoint have been provided with a basketball court.
The same leisure facilities will, of course, soon be available to homeowners in Amaia Scapes high-rises in Cabanatuan, San Fernando and Urdaneta.
Petes Gamboa, noted architect and head of Amaia Land’s Innovation and Design Group, reveals that functionality—more than aesthetics—is an essential factor in the design and development of Amaia’s amenities.
“Each Amaia community is consistently planned and designed with contemporary Filipino families in mind,” Gamboa says. “They like to lead healthy, active lifestyles and are thus appreciative of sports and outdoor facilities that are easily accessed from their homes.”
As for aesthetic appeal, Gamboa points out that neutral colors are used to give the structures and amenities a timeless look that would still be relevant years from now.
“And because most Amaia projects are in locales that boast of nature-driven features such as creeks, plentiful trees and lush greeneries, we make sure that their design aesthetics are in complete harmony with such elements,” Gamboa proudly explains.
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