Jose Sixto Gonzalez Dantes III or more known as Dingdong Dantes is one of the brightest actors in the showbiz today. He was born August 2, 1980, at Quezon City, Philippines. He is a Filipino actor, television presenter, commercial model, and film producer.
Last December 30, 2014, Dingdong was married to Marian Rivera in the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Cubao, Quezon City. The couple is the Primetime King and Queen of GMA Network.
Then, Marian gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Maria Letizia on November 23, 2015.
Dingdong started his career at a young age as a child model and now has been in showbiz more almost 35 years. No wonder, his wealth will be incredibly amazing since has been so active all throughout his stay in the industry.
Let’s take a look to one of the fruits of his hard work as a celebrity.
Slanted roofs, straight lines, and glass doors are the highlight of his Asian Motif penthouse. At first glance, it looking like a luxury resort. The warm mood lighting is used to add an Asian vibe to space.
Didong makes a signature to his main door with his initials, DD. It was personalized by sculptor Agi Pagkatipunan. It is made up of-of a wood-framed steel door and D-shaped steel bar accents. Opening the heavy door, an abstract artwork of Agi Pagkatipunan will welcome you.
Inside the living room is a two-seater plush couch faces the television, pair of tufted side chairs and a wing chair complete the mix. A red ottoman works as the coffee table. Recessed lights are used to compliment the ambiance of the whole house. Furnitalia high-end furniture store in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig like the wing chair and black area rug are also resent.
His bar section is not just about wines and liquors. At the room, he has 18-inches tall action figures are placed on eight wooden shelves. On the other side is a suit of the famous comic hero Batman with its own special shelf.
Dining Room and Kitchen
The modern architectural feels of the house are more noticeable in the dining area with its drop ceiling, slatted dividers, and sleek appliances. The dining set was along with Dingdong for a long time now.
Distressed tiles are used to coordinate with a Lois Goff painting, a replica mask of Jason from Halloween, and a replica of Freddie Kruger’s glove in Nightmare on Elm Street. A red Kartell La Boheme stool by Philippe Starck and backlit mirror makes the room more full and elegant.
Inside the master’s bedroom was the big and inviting bed. A re-upholstered leather bed base and dramatic niches in the dark finish gives more of the masculine theme of the house.
Dingdong loves to bring his guests to his sprawling bachelor pad. In the shed of the gazebo has a couple of chairs for the guests’ comfort.
A moatlike water detail runs around parts of the entire residence including the seating area.
His house is ideal for those who are looking for inspiration of a modern Asian-themed house.