Philippine Stock Exchange Tower

Philippine Stock Exchange Tower
Manila, Philippines

Ayala Land Premier

Currently under construction in Bonifacio Global City in Manila, the new Philippine Stock Exchange tower is a 30-story office building that will unify trading floors currently located at separate sites in Manila. The tower presents an inflected glazed “frontpiece” to the main commercial avenue with a vertical spine expressed with deep vertical ribs for solar control. Designed for developer Ayala Land Premier, the 538,000 SF (50,000 m2) glass tower will be the headquarters for the Philippine Stock Exchange.

The Stock Exchange Tower is part of a larger mixed-use development for Ayala Land Premier called One Bonifacio High Street, which includes a 63-story luxury residential tower and a 291,000 SF (27,000 m2) retail mall.

The project is located directly adjacent to the Shangri-La at Fort Bonifacio, also designed by Handel Architects, and the materials and massing are intended to be complementary to the Shangri-La. The projects are tied to one another by interior courts that create the effect of a multi-level urban plaza flanking a shared pedestrian retail corridor.