Architecture



A hundred walls for worship in Cebu by CAZA

Cebu’s Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod embodies modern faith and spirituality


CAZA’s new CamSur Capitol inspired by Pili and Mt. Isarog

The iconic CamSur Capitol building is "nut" your usual government edifice


5 ‘green over gray’ sustainable architecture projects by Emilio Ambasz

In celebration of Emilio Ambasz' 75th birthday, here are 5 of his works that exemplify his trademark "green over gray" style.


Lacson Mansion Ruins, a neo-Romanesque memento mori

The Lacson Mansion Ruins is not just an architectural keepsake—it is a reminder to the living of a rich bygone era and a testament to the devastation of war.


Pookginhawa: The Filipino spirit at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale

FREESPACE is translated into a distinctly Filipino message and spurs a community to action


The Romanesque Revivalist Jaro Cathedral and its ‘unfaithful’ additions

Jaro Cathedral has lost its heritage value with a mishmash of architectural styles


These 5 houses exemplify responses to our tropical climate

These practices strive to design for comfort in the face of oppressive heat, humidity, and rainfall of Southeast Asia


Miagao Church’s naked coralline limestone, a mistake for authenticity

Without protective plastering, the facade of the Miagao Church glows a golden sheen dawn after dawn belying signs of worsening decay under its skin


Tensions and Intersections: The Philippine pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2018

Fresh from the vernissage: BluPrint's first look at “The City Who Had Two Navels”


Jaro’s Casa Mariquit, a bahay na bato as graceful as its namesake

A spruced up 200-year old Javellana home in Iloilo, pays tribute to a matriarch and her beloved


Alfredo Luz’s Ramon Magsaysay Center: A National Benchmark

A Manileño recalls the summer of 1967, when the Ramon Magsaysay Center opened


Ed Calma revives a Mission Revival bungalow in Makati

Calma reuses Modern Revival by fusing Provençal and Modern for a Filipino-French family