Threats to a Treasure: The Balay nga Tisa of Carcar, Cebu

Balay nga Tisa has a sloping and slightly upturned roof, bearing the original tisa or red clay tiles dating back to 1859 when it was built

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

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

Cebu’s well-loved Casa Gorordo museum demonstrates the openness of heritage houses

The revamping of Casa Gorordo is a reflection of how Cebu emerged from the colonial period to modernity, telling the story of the family who lived in it

St. Catherine’s Church in Carcar, Cebu—a noble church on the hill

St. Catherine’s Church in Carcar forms the vital heart of a city struggling to retain its heritage structures with minimum modern intervention

This hillside revival by LLG Architects breathes and indulges the senses

LLG Architects capitalizes on the original hillside house’s prime orientation that gives the optimum conditions for passive cooling and vistas beyond