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Jacob Jensen Design, Scandinavia's leading design studio, partners with DTI and the Danish embassy to nurture Filipino creativity.

The dream-like imagery and unconventional view of 'scapes' project the central idea of Yao's exploration.

Partial interventions rarely work in urban revitalization. Only a massive and systematic effort can bring life back to a blighted historic town.

Plöntur goes beyond plant boxes and designs the welcoming walls of an “outdoor room”


Silverlens Galleries by C|S Design Consultancy impresses then relinquishes our attention to the show

Koi ponds are an architectural sub-specialty learned in the hobbyist’s school of trial and error.

Four students from University of San Carlos, the Village in a Box, and the 2013 WAF Student Competition

“Framing views” is an overused description in design concepts, but in this case, it is an understatement


Our most memorable moments of the past year and brazen aspirations for the next twelve months

Walking Berlin's streets with Jorge Yulo as we talk to him about the big moments of WAF 2017

WTA Design's William Ti Jr reflects on this year's World Architecture Festival, Manila's Anthology Festival, and the global design conversation

Joseph Javier reacts to the fiasco surrounding the National Artist Award for Bobby Mañosa


The clients’ exhaustive descriptions prompted visions of the crisp lines and colors of Miami homes

A student, colleague, and friend recalls the “fits of euphoria” with La Doyenne

Jagnus Design Studio was inspired by an Arturo Luz painting, a black Armani dress, and a diamond mine.

L.V. Locsin Partners designs the Dee Residence for restaurateurs with a distinct sense of taste


Gleaming accents need not be limited to chandeliers. But they don't have to scream either.

Urban gardeners can rejoice with Space10's green pavilions. And the plans are free!