Architecture



Jaro’s Casa Mariquit, a bahay na bato as graceful as its namesake

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


Alfredo Luz’s Ramon Magsaysay Center: A National Benchmark

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


Ed Calma revives a Mission Revival bungalow in Makati

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


Will Alsop’s Chips housing project is fun without being capricious

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


SpaceFabrik’s disaster-ready office complex anchored on Pasig River and EDSA

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


SG Pavilion for Venice Biennale asks: No More Free Space?

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.


A modern home in Iloilo honors the past with antique furnishing

Paolo Valencia and Isabella Robles Go designed this modern home to be their clients' second and last home after a devastating typhoon


PH at the Venice Biennale: A comeback after 51 years

From Abueva and Joya to Muhon and Spectre, we trace the journey of the Philippine pavilion in art and architecture's most prestigious stage.


A proposed government office by Buensalido+Architects weaves spaces

Buensalido+Architects proposed a massive government office building terraced to naturally weave through the contrasting neighborhoods of Ortigas


Architectural photographers we’re following online now (part 2)

Working with the photos our twelve featured architectural photographers sent us felt like being transported to another place


Tahanan Bistro is the fruit of artisan carpentry and tremendous attention to detail

Wood sculptor and furniture maker Benji Reyes opens his finely crafted Tahanan to foodies looking to dine with art and soul


Architectural photographers we’re now following online (part 1)

Some of them have contributed to BluPrint over the years, while others are newfound friends and inspirations.