For over two decades, BluPrint paved the way for originating designs and cutting edge content, establishing the brand’s reputation as the definitive authority for architecture and design.
BluPrint’s approach to architectural and design engagements is based on respect for the forward thinkers and creative collaboration with diverse personalities. The goal has always been about achieving a unique connection in establishing an informative platform with integrity. Here’s the list of the 7 iconic BluPrint covers that had produced different print reveals which sparked intellectual awareness globally.
Who’s Afraid of 2015: Not These 7 Titans of Philippine Architecture
Philippine architecture giants, Carmelo Casas, William Coscolluela, Jonathan Gan, Jose Siao Ling, Felino Palafox Jr., Edward Co Tan, Abelardo Tolentino magnified generation’s design rationalism with this 2015 cover.
Here, we see extraordinary visuals featuring a line-up of unbuilt groundbreaking projects. Exemplified through innovative structures, this was exhibited through coverage of international events such as the World Architecture Festival. From local attributes, the issue projected and started a monologue globally.
THE BUSINESS OF DESIGN
The cover strategized to inform readers on the principles of succeeding. The greatness of achieving one’s core vision was highly celebrated. In this issue, the rules were bent to elevate architectural expression and design ethics.
BUILD BUILD BUILD
This was one of the boldest covers issued by BluPrint. With Mark Villar’s signature advocacy, this was empowering in a mission of building awareness on infrastructure projects and its relevance to the current needs of Filipinos.
THROUGH THE LENSE
Aesthetically refined through photography as main statement, this captured new perspectives and gained new appreciation to various architectural angles.
HERITAGE IN THE CITY
Focusing on the integration of Filipinism raising several points of challenges, the BluPrint community became a good venue to discuss potentially contemporary approach in heritage preservation.With the rapid growth of technology, and the adaptiveness of our talented local designers, a new set of challenges occurs —to preserve culture and embrace the Filipino identity.
SIGNALLING THE FUTURE
Simple and straightforward. Gave a peak of where the industry is going. The title of the issue best sums up the impact of the content—using past experiences and design wisdom to optimize the designs of the future.