This is perhaps the year many realized that life feels much simpler and easier—happier, even—when we pare our lives down to the essentials. With many cooped up at home, indulgences are pushed down on the list of priorities, and many return to or opt for just the basics.
No wonder minimalism is one of today’s most enduring lifestyle trends.
The minimalist movement has been highly influential in corporate architecture and product design since 2010.
Minimalist architecture favors neutral palettes of brown, beige, white, and gray; clean straight lines; well-defined rectangular shapes; long and wide eaves; and design that lets natural light in.
This has also been dubbed the millennial aesthetic: simple and orderly, yet classy. Pinterest and Instagram featuring minimalist designs are quite popular among this younger generation.
Somewhere in Tagaytay, modern minimalism is combined with countryside charm to create a home that’s simple yet warm, stylish, and cozy.
Nob Hill in Tagaytay Highlands features stylish homes with simple and geometric linear design and large picture windows. These rhythmic lines complement the homes’ natural, light-colored stone, powder-coated metal trims, and wood glaze finishes and trims.
Straddling the highest point of the Greenlands, the residential enclave offers panoramic vistas of Tagaytay Highlands and of the mountains of Makiling and Maculot in the distance, encouraging a life closer to nature.
Aside from having eco-friendly home designs, with atriums and pocket gardens as exclusive amenities, it also boasts a main park with a fitness station, a trellis, children’s play area, a gazebo, and a jogging path.
For its homeowners’ convenience and peace of mind, the developer says the gated community has 24-hour security, 24-hour emergency medical and fire-fighting teams, independent and abundant water supply, in-house landscaping, and efficient property management services.
Nob Hill residents get exclusive access to the upscale facilities of the complex, such as the Country Club, world-class dining establishments, the Sports Center, and various indoor and outdoor event venues. Each property also comes with a proprietary share at the Tagaytay Midlands Golf Club.
Nob Hill is accessible via the Suplang Gate through the South Luzon Expressway (SLEx) Batino Exit or the Sta. Rosa Exit.
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