Ang Supremo is Ben-Hur G. Villanueva's tribute to Andres Bonifacio and the working class hero's struggle for the nation's freedom. Three-meters tall and made from brass and bronze, the statue is a silent tribute to the city’s inspiring namesake.
Kasaysayan Bawat Oras
Kasalikasan (a play on kasali ka sa kalikasan, or you are part of nature) is Jerry Araos' respite to worn out city souls – a garden designed for small gatherings, private parties, or simple retreats for individuals seeking rest.
Transformation, by Architect Lor Calma, is a grand and breathtaking sculpture of stacked laminated glass, three forms each between 5 to 10 meters tall. They represent the Philippines’ three main islands of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. At night, an internal light illuminates the surrounding cascading water.
Balanghai, by Leo Gerardo Leonardo, is the very definition of Filipino community (“Baranggay” is a derivative of Balanghai). Our ancestors braved untold dangers when journeying to Philippine shores and the vessels that cradled them would endure as symbols of hope and kinship as they built their new homes. It’s in this spirit of cooperation and promise that Bonifacio Global City has been formed.