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Aventi Townhomes - Luxiury Green & Sustainable homes in the heart of Metro Manila
awarded the BEST HOUSING DEVELOPMENT NATIONWIDE by the Philippines Property Awards 2013 and the South East Asia Property Awards 2013
~ embraced by the wind ~ homes that breathe...
BRAND NEW LUXURY 'GREEN' -ENERGY SAVING & SOLAR POWERED TOWNHOMES IN THE HEART OF QUEZON CITY!
Designed by Arch. Joseph C. Chua -UAP-CBD Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
~ named after "Venti" or "Wind" because we have designed each unit to induce wind flow throughout the home.
~ #53 PANAY AVE. QUEZON CITY- Very near public transportation, but very secluded with large trees & wide walk-able sidewalks.
~ located at the back of St. Mary's College. Very near Capitol Medical Center at Sct. Magbanua St.
~ 4 storeys w/ Roof Deck, 3 Car ports, with 6 Meter wide driveways, 4 Bedrooms, 6 T&B, Drivers Quarters,
Maids Quarters, Pantry Room, Formal Kitchen, Dirty Kitchen, Laundry Deck, Living Room & Dining Room with Lanai.
~ Penthouse includes very large Family Room which is good for 2 more bedrooms or office.
~ Each unit includes an attic for additional storage, 500 gallon Stainless H2O Tanks, Rain Water collection Tanks, Hans-Grohe Toilet Fittings,
~ Includes energy efficient LED lights, naturally cool homes, solar water heaters & provision for genset or solar panels.
~ Solar Hot water lines supplies free hot water to all showers and kitchen sinks, save on GAS for cooking too.
~ All lighting fixtures included except for center lighting & chandeliers.
~ Modular Kitchen & Walk in Closets with Anti Cockroach Cabinets included.
~ Additional security provided by St. Mary's College Security who secures the vicinity up to the front of the townhouse.
~ Boysen KnoxOut paint used along the driveway common areas to detoxify air pollutants.
~ Anti Bacterial paint used on all ceiling works.
~ Anti Stain 60cm x 60cm polished floor tiles for Living, Dining Room & Kitchen.
~ Anti Pest Floor drains, Termite proof yakal door jambs for all jambs.
TRUE GREEN ARCHITECTURE
~ Minimal Carbon Footprint, sustainable design, environmentally responsible.
PASSIVE GREEN DESIGN FEATURES:
~ Free flowing air around the entire house; windows oriented towards Amihan and Habagat winds to maximize air circulation.
~ Windows are operable from ceiling to floor to make sure hot air is released immediately, while allowing cold air to come in.
~ Horizontal louvers oriented where the sun hits the building to reduce heat absorption, while adding to the character of the house.
~ Stairwells oriented so that it helps release hot air absorbed by the building, while inducing air flow.
~ Windows & walls oriented and located to maximize light entering the house.
~ Indirect sunlight lighting used to maximize light entry while reducing entry of heat inside the house.
~ Roof Deck oriented so as to reduce heat absorption from sun and while maximizing useable space for roof gardens, etc.
~ Storm water catch basins designed to replenish the local water table instead of going directly towards surface runoff or canals.
~ Sunlight allowed to enter all toilets to sanitize and disinfect each toilet naturally.
ACTIVE GREEN DESIGN FEATURES:
~ Rain water collection tanks collects water from roof for car washing and gardening,
reducing the total ‘treated water’ consumption of the house.
~ Rain water collection tanks also provided for the front garden & guardhouse toilet, thus reducing "common area" water consumption.
~ Allocation of large Roof Deck for roof gardening/ laundry drying/ etc, thereby also hiding unpleasant view of laundry drying.
~ 'Green' electrical line is allocated for each household unit for Solar Generator line. (Ready for future installation)
~ Solar panels can be used to light the entire house and power at least 1 outlet per room. This option can reduce total power consumption of each household by up to 90%.
~ Wind scoops on the penthouse designed to induce airflow into the house if needed.
~ Solar water heater provides FREE hot water to showers and kitchen sinks, reducing even your LPG or energy consumption for cooking.
Arch. Joseph Chua