Posts Tagged: Italpinas

Primavera City… Soon in Uptown CDO

Primavera City, a mixed use development of Italpinas will soon be built in Uptown Cagayan de Oro. This project will have seven buildings of residential condominiums and commercial office buildings which will have solar panel arrays at the roof top to promote green developments. The construction will be done in four phases which will start… Read more »

Italpinas eyes more climate resilient projects in Cagayan de Oro

‘We are ready to help Cagayan de Oro become a climate-resilient city’— Italpinas Following the destruction brought by Tropical Depression Agaton in Cagayan de Oro, an emerging leader in the Philippine sustainable building sector re-emphasized its commitment to help the City of Golden Friendship become a more climate-resilient city. “When we first came to Cagayan… Read more »

Italpinas to build a tower in CDO next year

Italpinas Inc., the developer of Primavera Residences in Pueblo de Oro Business Park will expand its business in Cagayan de Oro next year. In the list is the construction of more than 1,200 units which includes six mid-rise buildings. But, the most noticeable of all is the plan to build a tower, perhaps a high-rise… Read more »

Primavera’s architect bats for typhoon adaptable shelters

Primavera Residences’ Italian architect Romolo V. Nati has come up with a Philippine coral-inspired designs of typhoon-and flood-resistant shelters for Filipinos. Nati, who is the CEO of Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco Development Corp said that his design is based on the Voronoi Diagram, a mathematical way of dividing space into regions or cells, a characteristic present… Read more »

Italpinas plan cited among Asia’s top nexgen clean energy projects

Mindanao Gold Star Daily A new project by the designers and developers of Cagayan de Oro City’s first eco-friendly building has been cited as one of the top 10 clean energy projects that could reduce greenhouse gas emissions across Asia annually by nearly 1.1 million tons. Photo by Red Archer of www.skyscrapercity.com Read full article… Read more »