Home as we know it in a post-Covid world
The physical restrictions that have resulted from efforts to contain the global Covid-19 pandemic have primarily impacted the way we live. While the various lockdowns have largely precipitated the phenomena of “work at home” and “refuge in place”, owners have learned to assess to what extent – or to what extent – our homes meet these emerging needs.
The good news is that while the idea of sustainable living structures may be new to most, it is already a reality that you can benefit from. Long before the onslaught of the pandemic, a sustainable living solution was developed with foresight by independent real estate developer ISOC Land (I-Land). I-Land Residences Sucat is the company’s first residential condominium development that has been purposefully designed to meet strict global standards for LEED certification.
This means that the design and development of the vertical community maximizes the use of energy, water and building materials, thereby reducing the impact on human health and the environment. In more than one way, I-Land Residences Sucat is successfully redefining and responding to the need for what a home should look like in a post-Covid world:
Sustainability doesn’t just mean respect for nature, but a more efficient and sustainable way for humans to coexist with it. It is time for Filipinos to take to heart the challenge of living a more sustainable daily lifestyle so that the lessons of the Covid-19 pandemic are not wasted. I-Land Residences Sucat just might be the perfect home as we know it in a post-pandemic world.
For more information, visit www.iland.com.ph.