NCR-MK-A-47

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Inventory ID: 

NCR-MK-A-47

Name/General Info: 

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Location: 

2452 Osmeña St., Makati City

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Architect/Mason/Carpenter: 

Unknown 

Year of Construction / Source: 

Probably 1940s-1950s / Makati Poblacion Heritage Conservation marker

Original Owner, Profession: 

Unknown, interview refused

Historical/Social Significance: 

Residence of the 14th mayor of Makati – Maximo Estrella y Bondoc (1956 – 1969)

Scientific/Technological: 

Standard

Aesthetic Value: 

Medium

As part of urban fabric: 

Sharply Contrasting

Building Type - Detachment: 

Semi-detached

Building Type - Function: 

Townhouse

Original use/floor: 

GF: Probably silong

2nd floor: residential

Structure: 

Post and Lintel, Wood

Style: 

Unknown, w/ Art Deco features

Posts/Columns: 

GF: Wood

2nd floor: Wood

Walls: 

GF: Concrete hollow blocks

2nd floor: Diagonal wooden boards

Floors: 

GF: Concrete, concrete and wooden staircase

2nd floor: Wooden planks

Roof: 

GF: Galvanized iron roofing over carport entry

2nd floor: G.I main roof

Windows & Doors: 

GF: Glass in metal frame sliding window, glass in metal frame fixed window

2nd floor: Glass in wooden frame, sliding window, glass in metal frame casement window, double wooden swing-out doors at main entry

Decorative Elements: 

GF: Masonry grooving on walls (fake brick)

2nd floor: Carved wooden fascia, metal window cage w/ “C” & “S” scroll motif, decorative metal eave arches at recessed wing, Art Deco appliqué at gable wall, diagonal wall boards, wooden moulding at gable base, plantbox at front facade

Footprint/Plan: 

U-shaped

Unusual Construction Features: 

none

Unusual Exterior Design Features: 

Diagonal layout of wall boards, carved main roof fascia

Additions: 

GF: wall at carport moved farther to accommodate 2 cars, wing at left & right side added

2nd floor: window grilles, wing at right side, brackets at recessed wing

Demolitions: 

None visible

Replacements: 

2nd floor: Gable wall material replaced w/ plain plywood, recessed wing glass in metal frame casement window appear new

Relocation: 

None visible

State of Originality: 

High

Entry into Heritage Lists: 

Yes, Makati Poblacion Heritage Conservation marker

Interviewer: 

Paco Camacho and Michelle Ting

Record Privacy: 
Public Record