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1. this way up. Some of Joey's black-and­white pho­tos of dif­fer­ent prov­inces—along with scraps of wood used for pot­tery in­stal­la­tions—adorn the stair­well.

2. cheek to cheek. The De Cas­tros’ rooftop gar­den is brim­ming with life. The strange and the beau­ti­ful co­ex­ist and over­lap: suc­cu­lents, pet tur­tle, and sculp­tural putik by the Ba­colod-based ter­ra­cotta artist Joe Ger­aldo. 3. liv­ing as­sem­blage. Way be­fore suc­cu­lents be­came trendy, Joey was al­ready hooked on them, and this led him to pot­tery.

4. tribal weaves. An in­dige­nous woven bed spread paired with woven pil­low cases from Balay ni Atong (www.bal­ay­ni­a­tong.com) adorn the mas­ter bed­room.

FACE oFF. art­work By J. al­can­tara adorn the wall at the din­ing area. thiS Spot iS de­Signed for mini-con­certS; at par­tieS, Joey SetS the ta­Ble aSide to make Space for the live BandS to per­form in.

fired up. a tempt­ing ar­ray of cups and saucers are laid out in the gar­den. Joey's works are avail­able at avel­lana art gallery, ayala mu­seum, aphro liv­ing, and pintô art mu­seum.

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