It was in December 2015 when Revolution Precrafted was launched and the company has since become a global supplier of prefabricated homes, pavilions, and other related structures. "I want the homes to be perceived as art pieces. I think this is something that can be built off-site and assembled like a Lego set," he elaborates. "We're striving to do something that's customizable." he espouses, explaining his idea for a sustainable luxurious living.
To date, Revolution Precrafted has bagged around $8.7 Billion in projected revenues for the company’s ongoing projects in the US, Philippines, Myanmar, United Arab Emirates, Spain, Indonesia, Jamaica, Guyana, Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Peru, Nepal, El Salvador, Brazil, Cyprus, Mauritius, Seychelles, India, Indonesia and Japan, Australia, Zimbabwe.
“I’ve worked with 13 Pritzker Prize architects, possibly more than any human being in the world. We have intellectual property over all these names, you can get them at a ridiculously high price and wait a number of years, or get it from us in three months at a much cheaper price,” Antonio explains describing his motivation behind Revolution Precrafted.
The buildings can be customized to the buyer’s specific needs, becoming a private residence cum museums or whatever their clients desire. “We try to customize the buildings depending on the clientele and their needs. Some people want a little private museum but not everyone has the budget of Guggenheim. We provide a flexible space which could take the shape of a library, a performance area, a nightclub or a big restaurant”, elaborated Mr. Antonio.
Among the biggest projects of Revolution Precrafted is the $1.1 billion Batulao Artscapes projects in Batangas province, Philippines, envisioned to be the World’s First Livable Art Park, it features museums and homes that embody the marriage of art, architecture and design. It will have museums designed by Pritzker-winning architects Jean Nouvel, Tange Associates, Christian de Portzamparc and Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie architects. Launched in December 2017, the community will have more than 8,600 homes. Amenities include a sports park, a man-made lake and a flavorpark.
Revolution Precrafted also launched its $750 million Flavorscapes residential project in Central Philippines, which will have 15,000 homes. The community is expected to feature a Museum of Ice Cream, Museum of Candy, Chocolate Gallery, Microbrewery and Beer Garden. The first batch of homes will be delivered by the first quarter of 2018.