Events? Why Not Have It With Y Space At The Yuchengco Museum?

An event like no other! 
by STAIL Team

In the 2012 hit romance film The Vow, main characters Paige (Rachel McAdams) and Leo (Channing Tatum) had a scene where they got married in a museum. Everything was fun and Cupid-approved until the guards ran after them–their little ceremony was not allowed in the place.

What if we told you that events can now happen in museums? Next time you have a special occasion to celebrate, think of the Y Space at the Yuchengco Museum.

Y Space is an intersection of commerce and creativity. According to Museum Chairman Yvonne S. Yuchengco, the space is inspired by her father Ambassador Alfonso Yuchengco,“Our new venture highlights the vision of my father, Ambassador Alfonso Yuchengco, to have a space we can highlight the excellent artistic and creative expressions of a twin heritage—Chinese and Filipino. A space likewise to bridge cultures and celebrate Design as Art.”

She continues, “For more than a decade, we have brought together in our museum, exhibitions and events to support art, culture and the creative industries. We are now taking this further. By creating a new events space to maximize our location, and beautiful venue, we will be able to bring more groups in—many of whom are looking for wholistic experiences that strengthens ties in
any industry, stir conversations and spur actions, advocacies and new trends.”

She continues, “For more than a decade, we have brought together in our museum, exhibitions and events to support art, culture and the creative industries. We are now taking this further. By creating a new events space to maximize our location, and beautiful venue, we will be able to bring more groups in—many of whom are looking for wholistic experiences that strengthens ties in
any industry, stir conversations and spur actions, advocacies and new trends.”

The building itself, RCBC Plaza, is committed to be a greener and healthier environment for its occupants, guests, and the
community – having earned a recognition in the 2003 Energy Efficient Buildings Awards, given by the ASEAN Centre for Energy; and early this year, received the gold certification from Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)— US-based rating system for green buildings worldwide.

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