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Come December 4-6, brother and sister Jesy Cruz and Jaemi Cruz will defend their design for the Baliwag Community Center against entries from Belgium, Canada, China, Egypt, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, and the UK

The finalist hospital architecture firm will present Sagip Kanlungan in the Future Project-Health category before a live jury and audience in Amsterdam this December 2019

The unusual collaboration of furniture designer and architecture firm will make a fascinating presentation at the WAF in Amsterdam this December 2019

Competing against 14 projects in the Future Building: House Category, Calma will have great fun illuminating what this flowing geometric sculpture means


The developers, architects, and contractors say the 2000-capacity facility for the upcoming Southeast Asian Games in November is coming along swimmingly

In the sprint to get New Clark City ready for the SEA Games, Budji+Royal's Athletic Stadium is clocking in right on schedule
Stronger ASEAN presence at World Architectural Festival include ten shortlisted entries from Thailand and seven from Singapore

Sudarshan Khadka champions the cause of sustainable architecture by going beyond materials and forms and by making community involvement intrinsic to the process of spacemaking


The New Clark City's Sports Complex is taking shape at a feverish pace, and promises completion two months before its turnover in October 2019

Taiwan Excellence exhibits smart planning and construction at PhilConstruct 2018.

The globally-established concept of sustainable development has become institutionalized in the areas of decision-making and people's everyday lives.

It's not only about how many trees we should plant, but also what kind. We may be inadvertently propagating dead zones.

Art + Design

Vietnam and Cambodia also play host to shortlisted entries in strong ASEAN presence at INSIDE Festival 2019

The architect says the building is a representation of a nation, one that can resolve the ongoing diplomatic crisis fronting Qatar’s relationship with surrounding countries.

The large-scale installation of wooden benches in Seoul’s Hangang Park imitates tree roots spread out on grass.


AJ Javier of Javier Design Studio Manila discusses how good design makes disaster-free cities and why Metro Manila still has a long way to be disaster-ready

In the second episode of BluPrint Conversation's third season, we sit down with the creative heads behind the young design firm, Morfosis Design.

Angkas CEO Angeline Tham tackles the Philippine urban transportation and Angkas' effect on the efficiency and productivity of city-dwellers.

Catch the latest season of BluPrint Conversations this May 17 with our new host, Manolet Garcia