High-end Acqua Private Residences, whose developers claim to be the country’s first residential Eden, celebrated the end of summer by partying Brazilian-style at its showroom in Mandaluyong City.

Hosted by former Ambassador to China Joey Antonio and his four sons behind the world-class developer Century Properties, Acqua Carnaval Brasil had the popular Filipino samba Imperatriz Filipinense group unleashing a festive experience, dahlings.

Guests came in full Mardi Gras regalia, naturellement, palanggas. High-spirited cocktails and yum-yummy food inspired by Brazil’s vibrant culture overflowed.

PHILIPPINE dance group Samba School Imperatriz Filipinense amazed guests with their pulsating, Brazilian-inspired performances.

It was a fun happening amid a setting inspired by the world-famous Iguazu Falls in Brazil, adopted as the name of Acqua’s latest tower, to promote a summer of “holistic wellness to all the guests,” as the drum beaters said. In fact, Zen Institute and I Go Beyond Yoga dished out generous raffles of gift certificates.

“Acqua celebrates life by the water. Our theme tonight captures the rich culture of Brazil and the environmental consciousness of its people amid urban surroundings,” said Century Properties COO Marco R. Antonio.

A proud Gramercy Residences unit owner, Piolo captivated everyone with his remarks as well as his handsome looks and built, but of course. “I am among the many who got captivated by Acqua’s nature-centered lifestyle,” he said.

“This made me add Acqua to my property investments. The water element of Acqua is very enticing. As Manila is a concrete jungle, it’s better to have a place where you can relax, which Century Properties will provide you with, plus it is offering you not just a home but a vacation home.”

Since its launch in 2011, Acqua Private Residences has successfully sold majority of the units in its first four towers—the Niagara, Sutherland, Dettifoss and Livingstone.

The last tower is interior designed by the famous Italian luxury brand Missoni Home.

The fifth tower, Acqua Iguazu, is designed by Yoo, the international firm founded by John Hitchcox and Philippe Starck.

Now, that’s what progress and high-living is all about, dahlings, n’est pas?

More info? Visit acqua-iguazu.com or call 0917-5555274.

Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer | June 11, 2013