PH colonial churches photo exhibit opens at the MET

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

Over 200 Iconic, Forgotten, and New Vitra Chairs Assembled

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

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.

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.

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

Playing is vital to the design process at Singaplural 2018

Singaplural 2018 recalls what Albert Einstein once said about play—it is the highest form of research.