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Remaining three Pinoy WAF 2019 shortlisted entries put up a valiant fight with crit presentations that gained them jury panel accolades

Alero Design Studio kicks off Philippine representation with Baliwag Community Center but bows down to competition in the Civic and Community Category
The City of Canals harbors the world’s largest architectural festival again, a show of commitment to its future-forward goals and respect towards culture and tradition
Imprints imagines Escolta into two realities: one devoid of heritage, another a reinvigorated community respecting its history

Architecture

The Architecture Drawing Prize 2019 winners will be exhibited on the drawing prize stand at the World Architecture Festival on 4-6 December in Amsterdam

Takaharu Tezuka, in his design for Fuji Kindergarten, exposes nursery school kids and families to the elements and just the right amount of risk

The 24 shortlisted entries from 6 categories will be exhibited at the WAF in Amsterdam from 4-6 December where visitors can vote for the winners

The Isla Cabana is a beautiful Philippine contemporary resort in Siargao

Planning

To design a true Filipino city, architects and planners need to understand the first principles of Filipino urbanism.

BCDA president Vince Dizon explains why the New Clark City is worth spending USD 5 billion, and how the new sports complex will not be a white elephant

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

Art + Design

Kohler has become not just creators of refined, quality products, but also of immersive design experiences which celebrates design at its most beautiful and functional

Nuvali and teamLab collaborate to present an immersive, festive splash of digital art at Nuvali Globe Lakeside

With two new design locations, WeWork Philippines fosters collaboration and interaction through vibrant spaces in Bonifacio Global City

'Suddenly Turning Visible: Art and Architecture in Southeast Asia (1969–1989)' explores the critical responses by artists and architects alike towards a new vision of modern urban life

Practice

Here are some suggestions we can put in place today, for shaping policy towards the better Metro Manila transport of tomorrow

A commentary on how architectural photography has had a profound and long-lasting effect upon numerous aspects of the built environment

From a gang of four to a collective of over a hundred professionals, Formwerkz is evolving, not just in reaction to the world but to change it

City planning should be more like slow-cooking a stew of meat and vegetables for hours—that is, decades for cities, no short-term plans.