Anchor Land holds Iconic Impressions

Luxury real estate developer Anchor Land culminates its "Iconic Impressions Manila Bay" Photography Contest with an awards night at Sofitel Philippine Plaza last july 1. The Boracay ballroom was a sublime viewing gallery, displaying pictures of the Manila Bay and its unreal sunset. outstanding members of society, art aficionados, and guests were invited to witness the award of sixteen photos-the front-running, final entries of the competition.

The developer conducted the competition to capture the unchanged great thing about the Manila Bay in pictures. The nationwide contest ran from March 19 to June 17, accommodating many submissions from everywhere the country.

"My team and that i wished to return up with an inspiration that will promote the Manila Bay heritage and also the lovely city of Manila. After all, 2 of Anchor Land's landmark developments, the Admiral Baysuites and also the Admiral boutique building, are set within the premium side of 1 of Manila's most scenic locations Roxas boulevard by the Manila Bay. we tend to wished to seek out how to highlight the all-time beauty and magnificence of this location and facilitate the city of Manila reclaim its Old Glory. And this is often however the enduring Impressions: The Manila Bay Photography Contest was born," aforesaid Anchor Land President Elizabeth Ventura.

Anchor Land's stately Admiral comes are the redevelopments of the first Admiral hotel, that was once home to distinguished people and statesmen together with General Douglas MacArthur.

The Admiral boutique building, once it opens in 2016, are going to be recognized because the 1st five-star boutique building within the country, and also the solely hotel within the Philippines which will be a part of the Accor Group's MGallery collection. Connected to that is that the residential condominium of Admiral Baysuites that aims to bring back the refined luxury of recent Manila way. Adding worth to the property is that the location of Admiral Baysuites by the bay and its unobstructed  read of the Manila Bay sunset.

During the award, sixteen of the simplest pictures from each the skilled and enthusiast classes of the competition were recognized for his or her aesthetic worth and visual charm.

Two grand prize winners were awarded. The enthusiast class grand prize winner took home a P50,000 money prize, a trophy, and a certificate of excellence. The skilled class grand prize winner received P100,000, a trophy, and a certificate of excellence.

The 3 runners-up per class every received P5,000 money prize and a certificate whereas the remaining finalists every received a certificate.

The awards night contains a "Filipiniana and american 1920's fusion" theme - an ode to the first Admiral Hotel's bloom once the town of Manila was recognized because the center of commerce, culture, and tradition.

Guests mingled and listed stories regarding art, photography, and Manila, whereas being pleased by master of ceremonies, johnny Litton. conjointly present were the judges: landscape artist edwin Martinez, designer Frederick Peralta and subject area historian and concrete planner Paulo Alcazaren.

Alcazaren, in conjunction with gemma Cruz and Isidra reyes, conjointly graced the stage, speaking regarding their experiences and knowledge regarding recent Manila and also the Manila Bay heritage.