Bamboo for social housing? Base Bahay shows us how it can be done.

While bamboo is making a big impression in the international architecture scene, the tropical grass is serving social justice in the Philippines

Produce Workshop “stitches” plywood for Herman Miller shop-in-shop

Produce Workshop plays with plywood by borrowing some good old tailoring moves

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

A raw and relaxing beach house in Tali, Batangas

Polished concrete and wood louvers peek through a bowl of green just a stone's throw away from the beach

Sushi Rei restaurant in HCMC uses 4,500 cypress tiles

Joe Chikamori, a Vietnam-based Japanese architect, deviates from Japanese clichés

The Pig and Palm: Neri&Hu’s temple for tapas in Cebu

Neri&Hu reference Fort San Pedro and the Cebu’s old churches for their first project in the Philippines