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Federal Land taps Inax for ‘spalets’

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FEDERAL LAND, Inc. is bringing a new standard of Japanese-inspired luxury living with The Seasons Residences in Bonifacio Global City.

The property developer has tapped Japanese brand Inax to provide bathroom fixtures for units at The Seasons Residences’ remaining residential towers — Natsu, Aki, and Fuyu.

“This partnership aims to provide the residents of The Seasons with a Japanese-inspired lifestyle experience through impeccable Japanese innovations meant to elevate the standards of comfort, convenience, and functionality,” Sunshine Fort North Bonifacio Realty Development Corp. (SFNBRDC) President Catherine Ko said in a statement.

The Seasons Residences is developed by SFNBRDC, a joint venture between Federal Land, Inc. and Japanese firms, Nomura Real Estate Development Co., and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings.

Inax, distributed by Lixil Philippines, is known for its innovative toilet designs.

“We at Lixil Philippines are excited to deliver a distinct Japanese cutting-edge shower toilet to the Japanese-inspired The Seasons Residences. We share the vision of the developer to build homes of excellent quality inspired by the best aspects of Japan and the Philippines. We look forward to enhancing the residential units with the installation of our automated and manual spalets which ensure hands-free and hygienic bathroom visits,” Lixil Philippines General Manager Alpha Ang said.

Inax’s flagship products include the spalets — a combination of spa and toilet — which are designed to provide an overall experience of comfort. It features including a non-scratch and self-cleansing surface powered by Aquaceramic technology, and Air Shield Deodorizer and Room Refresh functions that eliminate odors, as well as a hands-free, easy-to-use remote control.

The Seasons Residences is a four-tower residential complex that boast of Japanese-standard elements such as earthquake vibration control technology, smart storage solutions, a below-floor drainage system (sunken slab), and specialized toilets called “spalets.” — Bjorn Biel M. Beltran





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