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Just as we put effort into making sure our homes are built well to protect us, we must place the same effort into ensuring our treasures are sheltered too.

The Philippine pavilion will be a 3,000 sqm space with a 1,300 sqm enclosed area, designed by Budji+Royal Architecture+Design and curated by Marian Roces

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 concept-driven design is a vertical extrusion of the rice fields that once blanketed the project site in Nuvali, Santa Rosa City, Laguna, Philippines


Architecture

Nova Group managing director Ricardo Cuerva explains why the Grade A office tower by SOM and R. Villarosa Architects will make their tenants and their employees happy

Modernist and Pritzker Prize laureate I. M. Pei dies at the age of 102, leaving behind some of the most iconic structures including the Louvre Pyramid

In an exclusive interview with BluPrint, winner of Lexus Design Award 2019 Lisa Marks shares her design vision, her design heroes, and why now is the best time to design a bra

Cebu-based ZuBu Design Associates aims to help designers create a strong foundation for their creative process

Planning

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.

Guiuan has come to terms with the hard truth: there are no safe or unsafe zones; there are only places of varying risk, and the people’s capacity to adapt in their places.

Art + Design

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.

These otherworldly places created by the Swedish creative studio are realized in narratives betwixt and between the awake and slumbering mind.

The original artwork has become one of the prominent images in popular culture, and has greatly transformed the design community.

Practice

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

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