Nearly two years after Andi Eigenmann gave fans a glimpse of her new house on the island of Siargao, a 3D rendering firm teased what it will look like once its construction gets completed.
Recently, Duardex 3D Rendering Services shared a photo of Andi’s house with a cogon roof just like the one the actress shared when she first showed it to the public — only this time fans saw a more detailed look at the finished product.
Several netizens praised Andi’s house for its simplicity, particularly for paying tribute to one of the main materials used in building the iconic Bahay Kubo as well as huts found on beaches and farms — dried cogon grass.
While she used concrete for the main structure of her house, cogon made for a great accent. But making cogon is no easy task. Various materials such as straw, water reed, sedge, rushes, heather, and/or palm branches are needed to make one.
See the photo below:
Apparently, Duardex is known for helping engineer various establishments and houses in Siargao and nearby provinces including Bohol.
Andi recently moved back to Siargao after months of staying in Manila in preparation for the birth of her third child.
The 30-year-old actress has one child with Jake Ejercito and two other children with surfing champ Philmar Alipayo.
It was in 2019 when Andi proceeded with the construction for her house. She has been living in Siargao for more than four years now.