ArthaLand Century Pacific Tower

Imagined as the new jewel of the Fort Bonifacio Business District, located southeast of Manila's city center, ArthaLand Century Pacific Tower will serve as the benchmark for commercial development in the area. At 31 stories, the building provides 21 floors of office space, including two tall executive floors, a large public lobby, a public cafeteria, and a multilevel parking facility that extends above and below ground. The tower also features a rooftop garden terrace, offering panoramic views of Fort Bonifacio.

Designed to be fully transparent to the outside, the lobby features full-height, ultra-clear glass on three sides, while a marble floor and walnut wood ceiling add texture and warmth to the interior. The uniquely detailed facade system of overlapping glass conceals the podium-level parking facility and gradually changes in appearance with the building's height. The design provides optimal solar control, allowing for additional shading to the south and west. The project incorporates additional technologies designed to maximize energy efficiency—high-performing insulated glazing units with a low-e coating and frit pattern allow for a reduction in both lighting and cooling costs. Rainwater collection and low-flow fixtures also contribute to the building’s LEED® Platinum status and BERDE certification (a green building rating system in the Philippines). In 2019, the tower became the first building in the world to receive EDGE® Zero Carbon certification, an initiative of the International Finance Corporation.

The office space provides maximum efficiency and flexibility, allowing for multiple types of occupancy. The core is situated at the building's rear, which opens up the office floors to maximum sunlight and uninterrupted 270-degree views. The project also supports alternative forms of transportation by providing a maximum number of parking spots for energy-efficient vehicles, integrated bicycle storage, and access to public transportation and bicycle networks.