Studio Workshop’s Brise Soleil House is enrobed in an undulating timber

In a particular setting, there are features that resonate with the visitor, or a passerby engaged in a quiet saunter. Size, beauty, light, and color, are elements that capture intrigue. However, the Brise Soleil

WHBC Architects builds a big, broad brise soleil that safeguards a home

Sheltered among trees, it looks like a forgotten temple with its worn and mossy concrete surfaces and labyrinthine elevations. The client gave WHBC Architects two mandates: First, retain the existing trees within the 975-square

The sunken Cabetican Shrine in Pampanga is unsinkable in spirit

The sunken Cabetican Shrine in Bacolor offers a powerful space laden with new meaning for communing with the divine

A raw and relaxing beach house in Tali, Batangas

Polished concrete and wood louvers peek through a bowl of green just a stone's throw away from the beach

Chung and Gan’s Caliraya House is simple but not plain

A striking composition of glass, stone and wood, the Caliraya House is impossible to miss.

Punong: A nature-embraced family retreat by Ed Ledesma

Ed Ledesma, one of the country’s top residential architects, developed Punong, a peaceful retreat home as a place where he and his family can find moments of solace out of their hectic schedules.