Makati City Hall
The towering Makati City Hall is the first local government office building of its kind in the country.
With 22 stories and 2 basement levels, the building’s design was inspired by the façades of the firm’s earlier projects—the Pacific Star and B.A. Lepanto buildings.
The edifice is considered one of the earliest intelligent buildings in the Philippines, employing a full building management system (BMS).
Its exterior boasts of a fully unitized, double-glazed curtain wall system.
The building houses the different departments of the local government of Makati City, as well as court rooms and city prosecutors’ offices.
The upper floors house the offices of the city councilors and the city mayor, with its own receiving areas and meeting rooms.
The topmost floor houses the session hall.