Practice



Name the Architect: 7 ASEAN architecture legends

Can you name these ASEAN legends who have designed some of the most iconic spaces and structures in the region?


Digital Predictions: Avoiding design errors by complementing human intelligence with digital technology

Autodesk Vice President for Strategic Foresight Jon Pittman says that digital design tools can augment human intelligence and give designers a chance to be innovative while mitigating the risks of trying something new and unpredictable


What Were They Thinking: Neo-classical elements out of context

Greek gods take residence in this building with a startling contrast between the Neo-classical and modern elements


Keeping creativity flowing while staying at home in isolation

An interview with award-winning furniture designer Kenneth Cobonpue on staying inspired and on top of his business during the pandemic


Name these 7 architects who started out as mentees

Can you name the architects who first found mentorship and employment in the offices of these architecture legends?


Specialization in Education: How do you develop a distinct edge?

In order to produce internationally competitive architects, schools should revise their curricula to include specialization


Experience is the best architecture teacher — Manolo Noche

Architect and professor Manuel Maximo L.C Noche, or Manolo to those familiar to him, underscores the value of seeing the beauty of spaces and places in appreciating and learning architecture


Adapting architecture education during COVID-19

Architect, religious missionary, and University of San Carlos full instructor Br. Béla Lányi, SVD on architecture education during COVID-19


How does architectural education equal distance, speed, and time?

Architect and educator Henry V. de Jesus says an architectural education worth having is one that strives towards the expansion of conscience


Critical Thinking in Design: Finding the rationale behind every design decision

In the design process, critical thinking is not about finding fixed solutions but is about ‘problematizing’ the changing world around us 


Architecture and planning in the time of coronavirus—what’s next? 

Two urbanists attempt to unpick what the future holds for architecture and urban planning in light of the Coronavirus pandemic


Healthcare design will need you to understand architecture and engineering to produce effective interiors, says Pauline Cuevas-Bato

Healthcare interior designer Pauline Cuevas-Bato sheds light on learning interior design from the inside out, and how one can exercise beauty in the ordinary