Italpinas pursues maiden offering

segnapostoBy Jenniffer B. Austria, Manila Standard Today
Green building developer Italpinas Development Corp. plans to conduct a P242-million initial public offering from August 10 to 14 this year.
Italpinas said in an amended registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission it would offer its shares to the public next month after a book building process. The company plans to peg the final offering price on the IPO on August 4 tentatively set the listing date on August 24.

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5 useful tips to maximize your space

5useful imgBy Cesar Stefan Rago, PR & Marketing Officer
Living in a studio or a small apartment (pad) can be quite difficult. There’ll be little space for desired furniture and appliances. This challenge somehow gives the owner an idea to hire professional interior designers, but we know that this can be very expensive. With just the right amount of planning and organizing, maximizing the space in your unit and apartment could be put off easily. Want to know more on how to maximize your space?

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The Making of Primavera’s Cantilever Edges

cantileverBy Cesar Stefan Rago
Primavera Residences, a multi-awarded sustainable building in Cagayan de Oro, is designed by its own CEO and executive chairman, Arch. Romolo V. Nati. His designs were incorporated with a passive green energy strategy which led both towers to have this shading system that produces shadows minimizing the entry of direct sunlight moderating the temperature inside the units.
Want to know more about its design?

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EEK-O-FRIENDLY Ideas: 10 Fun Ways to Go Green this Halloween!

halloween imgBy Jane Montebon-Duterte
like other holidays, the Halloween season can rake in a hefty amount of carbon footprint and make a huge impact on the environment. Trick-or-treat candies, costumes, decorations, party favors – producing these goods require large amounts of energy, not to mention that all of these end up in landfills worldwide. With the holiday becoming seemingly less spiritual and more and more commercial with each passing year, the Halloween industry is now approximately worth 6 billion US dollars annually, according to experts.

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