Look! Slater Young And Kryz Uy Start Building Their House In Cebu
This soon-to-be husband and wife team is well on their way to turning this house into a home!
Slater’s developed a massive farmers tan from spending so much time at the site of our future home! He’s really taken charge to make sure we can move in on time! Today we decided to visit and take photos before any walls came up! It would be nice to see a before and after, and show our kids one day! Excited to hang this photo inside our house in a few months! ?? . Perfectly captured this moment using Live Focus on my @samsungph #GalaxyJ8PH! #CaptureMomentsPerfectly
It makes total sense for engaged couple Kryz Uy and Slater Young to be thrilled about building their future home together. After all, she's a style icon with an inherent love for design, while he's a practicing civil engineer and the founder and CEO of Liteblock, a business that manufactures environmentally friendly concrete blocks needed in construction projects. Together, they're essentially two pieces of a puzzle needed to turn a structure into a home fit for a family!
Kryz rarely goes to the construction site of our new home (she’s in charge of the wedding, i’m in charge of the house) but i finally convinced her to visit! We were there to take photos so we could hang it on our future “memories” wall. Note her clean white shoes in this photo and swipe right to see what happened next! ?? — Perfectly captured this moment with the live focus feature on my @samsungph #galaxyj8PH. #capturemomentsperfectly
Giving us a first glimpse of their new abode, Kryz and Slater picked Cebu to settle in and enjoy married life together. Cebu, while far from Manila's business, is not a random destination for them to choose given that they both hail from the Queen City of the South.
Posing with their home's first few steel and concrete foundation, this fun-loving couple hopes to hang these pictures in their new home once it's time to decorate. Plus, they'll make great memories for their future kids to learn about! An image shared on both their Instagram Stories indicates that it's been 52 days since construction began, and they couldn't be more excited about how everything is going.
Photos from @kryzzzie @thatguyslater