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Leeser Architecture, AIDEA Philippines, AECOM, Henning Larsen and Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects present their visions for the Bagong Senado

The most-awaited National Museum of Natural History opens its doors to public on International Museum Day, while other museums offered free admissions

A spruced up 200-year old Javellana home in Iloilo, pays tribute to a matriarch and her beloved

A Manileño recalls the summer of 1967, when the Ramon Magsaysay Center opened


Architecture

Calma reuses Modern Revival by fusing Provençal and Modern for a Filipino-French family

Will Alsop's eye-catching housing building, Chips, in Manchester satisfies cravings for contemporary architecture fare

SpaceFabrik's approach tackles the Metro Manila we dream of and the architectural visual language that represents the client institution.

It tells of how Singapore-based architects, urban planners and place-makers have creatively found ways to bring delightful spaces to the city’s everyday life.

Planning

An urban planner and founding commissioner of the former Metro Manila Commission (now MMDA) crafts an argument against the madness

With the collapse of a Zamboanga footbridge during an official inspection, substandard housing projects are now in the spotlight.

Will the DENR find ways to farm in the disputed lands of Boracay Island within the six-month closure of the island?

Contending with the Jeepney’s stubborn will to exist longer than our great-grandchildren’s great-grandchildren

Art + Design

Two unlikely sister establishments, a bakery-cafe and a cocktail bar, channel Paris and New York in Kulala Lumpur's ritzy Damansara district

The exhibition looks to engaging a discourse on heritage churches beyond the façade imagery

New sets of innovative furniture designs for living, dining, and night areas

The exhibit included designs from the current Vitra portfolio, some of which are presented in unusual versions that are not commercially available.

Practice

An urban planner and founding commissioner of the former Metro Manila Commission (now MMDA) crafts an argument against the madness

Visiting design exhibits, museums, heritage sites, and even socio-civic work can merit points. We prepared handy charts.

The pioneering engineer has worked with the legendary architects of Philippine Modernism. So what does he have to say about them?

For 1/0 Design Collective, smart progression is not a choice, but a necessity.