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Manila's Art Lovers Gather to Celebrate Arts and Design With Casa De Memoria
The auction house showcased an exquisite curation of European art and antiques.
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Auction house Casa de Memoria brought lovers of all things exquisite together for an evening of food, art, and antiquities in celebration of its most recent offering of Decorative Arts and Designs.

Founded in 2016 by sisters Camille Lhuillier and Angelique Lhuillier-Miranda, together with their cousin, Tiffany Mathay, Casa de Memoria is one of the country’s newer auction houses that specializes in European art and antiques.




It also offers a selection of fine jewelry and decorative accessories.



The evening’s special menu took its inspiration from the archives of Pellegrino Artusi, known as the father of Italian cuisine and was executed by none other than Asia’s Best Female Chef 2015, Margarita Forés.





Among the evening's guests were the city's top art and antique collectors, designers, and art enthusiasts. 




Angelique Lhuillier-Miranda


Monica and Sandro Olondriz


Kristine Yap, Tess Oben Reyes, and Alex Uy


Susie Quiros, Marilu Batchelor, Marimel Francisco and Techie Hagedorn


Daniel de la Cruz and Monica de la Cruz with Miguel Rosales


Christine Ong, Princess Banal Russell, and Ethel Martel Go


Ferdi Salvador, Tiffany Mathay, and Daniel Miranda


Techie Hagedorn, Yvette Fernandez, Kai Lim, Erica Concepcion-Reyes,Roselle Allado, and Monica de la Cruz


Kristine Yap, Tess Oben Reyes, Roselle Allado, Margarita Forés, Monica de la Cruz, Daniel de la Cruz, and Alex Uy


Lino Palenzuela and John Russell


Candice Yulo, Toni Villaraza Palenzuela, and Sabina Yulo


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Erica Concepcion-Reyes and Alexei Villaraza


Ferdi Salvador and Anne Marie Saguil


Techie Hagedorn, Junie Peña, Susie Quiros and Natalya Peña


Jun Jun Ablaza



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