Art + Design



Signed, Selfie, Delivered: Turn your portraits into postage stamps

Personalize postage with PHLPost's "selfie stamps" that you can actually use to send mails and parcels


Jorge Yulo’s Mecha Uma draws praise from INSIDE judges

An editor's account of the critique (also called "crit") of a pioneering Filipino project at the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors


The Vipp trash bin, Danish domestic icon and family heirloom

The Danish design institution opens its first stand-alone store in Manila (and in Asia).


UP Manila Museum of a History of Ideas houses the intangible

The UP Museum of a History of Ideas narrates the history of the state university vis-à-vis the emergence of the Filipino nation


PHLPOST, NCCA host postal exhibit and tour for National Heritage Month

Tour inside the Manila Central Post Office and discover the 250-year postal heritage of the Philippines and the architecture of Arellano, Tomas Mapua, and Doane.


Edson Cabalfin on his shift from fashion to architecture

The Philippine architecture pavilion curator (and former couturier) talks runways, muses, and seamless transitions


From basic to brilliant: 5 ways to style tables

Look for table accent centerpieces that match your personal style at Wilcon Depot LKB


Museums in Makati and Manila you can visit for free (and for a fee)

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


Seshan Design designs F&B duo of Parisian bakery and NYC cocktail bar

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


PH colonial churches photo exhibit opens at the MET

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


B&B Italia’s new sculptural and modular furniture at Salone 2018

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


Over 200 Iconic, Forgotten, and New Vitra Chairs Assembled

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