Here’s a fun little bit that we put together for DMCI Homes, almost 2 years ago! Has it been that long? I remember this shoot was done with a single camera and squeezed in during a lunchbreak! It was a fun, experimental time for us in the company, many individuals wearing more than one hat, doing more than one job. And we really stretched our “do more with less” core value. Nowadays, we like to work with better gear and get higher quality output, but it’s always nice to look back and see where you came from. It’s still very much a work I am proud of because it demonstrated what was possible on a tight schedule and budget.
“Carinderia food, without the hassle.” That’s how DMCIcommunities.com Project Manager, Martine, describes Recovery Food. As the newest “baby” in the roster of restaurants owned by the same people who brought you Mamou, this 24-hour short order outpost in on 32nd Street in Bonifacio Global City is no frills, no gimmicks: Just good, familiar food that you or someone you know grew up with.
Read Martine’s full food review here: http://dmcicommunities.com/?p=2338
This simple, quick vegetable dish goes well on its own, or with a fish (as shown in this photo) or meat dish. It’s a great way to prepare seemingly “flavor challenged” ingredients, such as sweet potato and spinach, thanks to the creamy-garlicky sauce, which infuses the vegetables with enough flavor to make them appetizing to children.
Get the full recipe at http://dmcicommunities.com/?p=2327
Residents of Acacia Estates: You are true artists! Here’s a look into the lobbies of each of our residences, who participated in the “spookiest lobby” contest during our Spook-tacular Fright Fest last Saturday. We’re floored by the talent and creativity of our DMCI community!
See the rest of the photos here: http://dmcicommunities.com/?p=1931
Account Manager Martine, best known for her popular mom-blog daintymom.com/, has been killing it over at DMCIcommunities.com. Martine really has hit her stride with the website and her content is always helpful and engaging. Read an excerpt below, then jump to DMCIcommunities.com to read the whole piece.
Just because you live in a studio apartment doesn’t mean you have to surrender your style savvy to the limited amount of space. The secret to styling your studio pad is to appoint it with furnishings and decor that are both design-savvy andfunctional.
How do you strike that balance between style and function? Nope, you don’t have to run out and hire someone. Channel your inner DIY-soul and check out these 5 simple but stylish ways to decorate your studio.
Read the rest of this article at http://dmcicommunities.com/?p=1788
Thanks to Urbane Apartments. All photos are licensed under Creative Commons.
We recently began a series for DMCIcommunities.com called ‘Homeowner of the Month’. The idea was to knit the resident community together by having its main stakeholders at the center of the conversation. Our first subject was Dianne Roces, a young entrepreneur who runs a couple of really interesting businesses–one for humans, and one for animals!
This content idea was borne out of a philosophy we hold close to heart at Honeycomb: that people are at the core of this ‘digital age’ we live in. Though technology is important, it merely provides the platform for the human experience to happen online. Read More
If you’re heading out of town on a beach trip any time soon, you might want to consider reading our latest article on client site dmcicommunities.com. Honeycomb’s Editorial Director, Kiddo has put together a shortlist of some easily-overlooked travel essentials that will help make your trip more convenient–and fun.
Our editorial director, Kiddo, recently had dinner at the charming new Eastwood City branch of Galileo Enoteca-Deli. I’ve had dinner with friends at Galileo’s original Shaw branch and can say that it is one of my favorite dining experiences in Metro Manila. The staff, the ambiance, the price and — of course — the food are all excellent.
Kiddo says that the tiramisu (seen in the photo on the right) is a must-try. Personally, I really love the pizzas.
See our full review (with pics) here:
One of our communities, dmcicommunities.com, is wrapping up their successful photo contest for homeowners. With the deadline for entries coming up this week, we put up this piece to help anyone —with any camera — come out with great photos. It’s very basic, but our intention was to let everyone know that the contest is for everybody, not just photography enthusiasts.
After the jump, see an excerpt from the article: Read More
Going to Royal Palm Residences to cover their 2012 basketball league has been one of my favorite client experiences in recent weeks. For the season launch, we are producing a video (coming soon), and we’re also taking photos of the Wednesday match-ups. While the games themselves can be quite exciting — Game 4 came down to a nail-biting closing minute of the 4th quarter — what’s truly been my favorite part of the games is seeing the residents of this charming DMCI community come together and enjoy the sport. Some are playing, but many come to watch and cheer. There’s a true air of camaraderie at these b-ball games and I think that it’s indicative of the good, neighborly vibe that runs through Royal Palm.
Read the game wrap-ups here:
See some of my favorite pics after the jump. Read More