Monumental Design Mistakes in the Philippines: Are we still guilty?

Filipino architects and designers comment on design mistakes committed by the government and the design professionals in the Philippines

The Winning Formula

Designer Lisa Marks went to Parsons School of Design for both her bachelor and master degrees. After graduating, she also taught in the same institution for several years. “As you can see, I am

Going back to the Roots

True, the final result matters; but by now, we are all aware that the strength and value of a design is also defined by the process behind the product. Its importance has been discussed

SHAU’s Microlibrary Bima is composed of 2000 upcycled ice cream buckets

In 2012, the ‘100 Microlibraries’ program was initiated to make learning attractive and reachable for Indonesia and beyond. Although the economic forecast for Indonesia is optimistic, the current infrastructure does not support to improve

National Museum of Qatar designed by Jean Nouvel opens

Under the patronage of Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) was unveiled to the public last March 28, 2019, welcoming the world to an unparalleled immersive

BluPrint Circles: Charting The Architecture Of Future Cities

What does the future city look like? This is a question tackled by a lot of pop culture media—scenes depicting flying cars, all-glass skyscrapers, and a lifestyle. It seems exciting to see the development of