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Keep the love alive–with surprise movie dates


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ED Calma, Royal Pineda, Kenneth Cobonpue, Sea Princess, Ricky Toledo and Chito Vijandre

ROMANCE keeps life exciting. It may be a challenge to keep love alive after 20 years of marriage but there are creative ways to make it last. Watching romantic movies is one way.

Posted: August 3rd, 2014 in Columns,Featured Columns,Featured Gallery,Photos & Videos,Sunday Lifestyle | Read More »

‘The Best of Cocoon’: ‘The age of mass production is over’

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As Filipinos become more open to modernist forms of architecture, their preference for mass-produced furniture and accent pieces is beginning to wane.

Posted: June 11th, 2014 in Headlines,Home and Entertaining | Read More »

‘Cocoon’ book to be launched with PLDT Home TVolution

The “Best of Cocoon” coffee-table book will be launched, with support from PLDT Home TVolution, on June 3, Tuesday, at Kuysen showroom at Eton Residences Greenbelt in Makati.

Posted: June 1st, 2014 in Sunday Lifestyle | Read More »

Calma’s fundamental art

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ALL ABOUT THE VIEWS  The canopied deck sits high commanding views of the lake and volcano. Philippe Starck’s sofa is the perfect match. Photo by Romain Rivierre

Architect Ed Calma has become synonymous with minimalism. His design revolves around geometry, nature, void spaces and materials.

Posted: October 10th, 2013 in Cocoon Magazine | Read More »

A condo has lounge-bar feel

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LONDON FEEL  Interior designer Wilmer Lopez tries to capture the owner’s directives to turn his one-bedroom condo unit into a cozy bar typical of London and New York. He achieved this by, among other things, knocking down the wall separating the bedroom from the living room, and opting for red bricks, semi-exposed installations and gray, concrete finishing on walls. To jazz up the wooden floor, he had it painted with a bold black-and-white chevron pattern. Photo by Bobot Meru

WHEN this marketing executive from a leading fast-food chain acquired a condo unit, he gave very clear directives to furniture and interior designer Wilmer Lopez. He wanted the 48-sq m one bedroom to look and to feel like a lounge/bar—eclectic, retro, typical of those in big cities like London and New York.

Posted: October 10th, 2013 in Cocoon Magazine | Read More »

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