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On Tuesday, Pioneer of postmodernism, Architect Robert Venturi passed away at his home in Philadelphia. He was 93.

In WALKTHROUGH, Hub Pacheco not only takes but shows the road less traveled.

It's not only about how many trees we should plant, but also what kind. We may be inadvertently propagating dead zones.

Heads up! With a new traffic scheme in place, it's time to re-plan your routes in BGC.


Architecture

While Manila had Avenida as their cinema district from 1930s to the 1970s, Cebu had Colon from the 1910s until the 1990s.

While bamboo is making a big impression in the international architecture scene, the tropical grass is serving social justice in the Philippines

The Suvarnabhumi Airport T2 by Duangrit Bunnag Group, will feature giant tree-like wooden columns and an indoor garden with cascading waterfalls, referencing Thailand's tropical landscape.

Visitors navigate through a quiet oasis and family history in a Jakarta house by Tan Tik Lam

Planning

Guiuan has come to terms with the hard truth: there are no safe or unsafe zones; there are only places of varying risk, and the people’s capacity to adapt in their places.

With a new wave of tenants and building owners, the Escolta creative movement is transforming Manila’s old downtown.

Here are five cities from across the world the Philippines can learn from when it comes to planning public transportation systems

Why bicycles as a mode of transport work in the Netherlands

Art + Design

The 2018 graduating batch of Philippine School of Interior Design takes on the challenge of marrying the past and present in "JUXTAPOSE"

Ryan Cayabyab records eight of his songs in Steinway New York as the first Filipino to be featured in Spirio's roster of musicians

Produce Workshop plays with plywood by borrowing some good old tailoring moves

Practice

It began with the renovation of a run-down building nobody wanted—a brothel gone out of business in Chinatown’s red light district.

The humble man in the black shirt and sandals just wants to enjoy the work and design process while he can, especially in his homeland.

4,240 square meters of golden mosaics in an old Byzantine church bring sustainability to light