If your design solves the problem but the result does not look beautiful, then it was not done properly” says IDC CEO Romolo Nati. “If something works perfectly and is done right, it will come out beautifully. He cites nature as an example. Nature does not think in terms of beauty; it concerns itself only in functioning properly, but it ends up being elegant and beautiful because it works.”

Arch. Romolo V. Nati with the class of the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines will be discussing the benefits of Green Building concepts and entrepreneurial strategies this upcoming October 18, 2021.

In his previous webinars & discussions, Arch. Nati emphasized that nature provides us with patterns and processes that when examined, can be used as a basis for sustainable design. This is not something that has recently been invented; it is something that has been around for ages but has been shoved aside. IDC’s projects are patterned after the brilliant designs found abundantly in nature.

According to Arch. Nati, the environmental impact of responsibly sourced and completely renewable materials and resources, and further elaborated on the impact of sustainable green projects wherein the structure does not harm its environment and surrounding areas, nor does it pollute the air or deplete resources. A product may therefore be green, but not sustainable. The key is to find a design that incorporates the two.

About IDC and its Developments

IDC is a publicly listed real estate development company that specializes in the design and development of sustainable properties in emerging cities in the Philippines and its projects have been recognized and awarded by national and international organizations. IDC’s flagship project, Primavera Residences, located in uptown Cagayan de Oro, in the north of Mindanao, was awarded in 2014 as the Best Mixed-Use Development in the Philippines by The International Property Awards – the Asia Pacific.

The company’s latest projects, Primavera City, also located in uptown Cagayan de Oro, and Miramonti Green Residences, under construction in Sto Tomas, Batangas, have both been awarded by the prestigious International Property Awards – the Asia Pacific as Best Mixed-Use Developments. Each design is not only unique and adapted to a specific location but through the use of a smart grid and renewable energy sources such as photovoltaic solar panels, these projects are able to effectively manage the buildings’ power supply, thus reducing electricity costs.

With today’s demand for sustainability, IDC has always been a company that stood by its design philosophy in committing to build sustainable real estate projects in harmony with the environment to bring value to investors, end-users, and the community.

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