Belle Arte Condo, now ready for occupancy at the Art Deco District of Bacolod City
ART DECO DISTRICT, BACOLOD | BELLE ARTE CONDO NOW READY FOR OCCUPANCY
The first Art Deco – streamline modern residential is now open for occupancy in Bacolod City.
The facade of Daku Balay [ Art Deco District, Bacolod City | Belle Arte Condo ]
The Art Deco Mansion in Bacolod City
If there’s something that needs to be added to your bucket list when visiting Bacolod City, it is the visit to the Art Deco District Located along Burgos Street.
The area is known amongst many as the Millionaires Row in Bacolod because it is where the mansions of affluent families in the 1030s are standing and still standing in good conditions.
The blogger at the main entrance of Balay Daku [ Art Deco District, Bacolod City | Belle Arte Condo ]
One of the mansions and perhaps the most popular is the Daku Balay (Big House), the first Art Deco Structure in Negros Occidental. The mansion is the ancestral house of Don Generoso Villanueva, a prominent sugar planter.
The Villanueva couple Generoso and his wife Paz) took three years to build the mansion (1933-1939)
The grand staircase [ Art Deco District, Bacolod City | Belle Arte Condo ]
Features of the House:
1. The first house to have an elevator in the city. Just Imagine that it was the 1930’s.
2. The structure was the tallest in the city until 1959.
3. The mansion has multi-colored marbling, inspired by the Italian scagliola marble style.
4. Paintings of native animals and landscapes and deco-motifs are handpainted in various parts of the mansions like the elevator doors and the glass dividers between bedrooms.
5. In some walls and ceilings of the house were relief sculptures of characters and folktales.
6. It has the most oversized wrap-around balconies on every floor of the mansion.
7. Water-related scenes embedded on the tiles or plaster reliefs are still present in the house’s bathrooms.
Balay Daku from the Roof Top of Belle Arte Condo
As of this writing, the mansion is still privately owned, but you can also visit to see the place with an appointment.
Across the mansion, Don Generoso Villanueva built a bit smaller mansion for her sister with the same designs. The families live in the house, and they don’t open their place to the public.
The blogger in one of the units of Belle Arte Condo [ Art Deco District, Bacolod City ]
Belle Arte Condo
In the addition to the first two art deco structures in Bacolod, now comes the third. Since these buildings are proximate with each other, it is but just proper to label the area as the art deco district of the city.
Inspired by the Daku Balay, which is known to be the most significant remaining art deco architectural structure in the Philippines, comes to the Belle Arte Condo developed by Don Generoso Villanueva’s heirs
The building resembles the original Daku Balay in its architectural design. One added bonus is its proximity to the old house.
The condominium has studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units all ready for occupancy. It has a 24-hour security service, concierge service, fiber optic wifi, a modern fitness center, and spacious hallways. Since it is located at the heart of the city, it is just a short walk from churches, malls, banks, schools, and hospitals.
For more information, visit www.belleartecondos.com, or you may call: (034) 4583109,447-0375; 0908-8881101. Email: email@example.com
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