Pookginhawa: The Filipino spirit at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale

FREESPACE is translated into a distinctly Filipino message and spurs a community to action

Edson Cabalfin on his shift from fashion to architecture

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

Tensions and Intersections: The Philippine pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2018

Fresh from the vernissage: BluPrint's first look at “The City Who Had Two Navels”

PH returns to Venice Biennale with The City Who Had Two Navels

The Philippine Pavilion at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale is a confluence of forces shaping our built environment today

Vernacularization in Philippine Modern Architecture (part 1)

How and why was the idea of the vernacular used in articulating Philippine national identity in modern architecture?

A manifesto for architecture education in the 21st century

The Philippine VAB pavilion curator shares 35 statements for a paradigm shift in architecture education