Stories in Stone: The cultural legacy of Manila’s oldest cemeteries

The Chinese and La Loma cemeteries provide a physical connection to the past and a tangible reminder of individuals and generations of families who shaped this country

Invisible Damage: Inside the columns of San Sebastian Basilica

What would these aging columns of the San Sebastian Basilica tell the conservation team about the structural stability of the building?

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

Staying in Heritage: Revisiting the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, Bataan

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar sells the experience of living in the past; a unique and colossal manifestation of one man’s dream to rest contentedly amongst ancestral houses.

St. Joseph’s College: A treasure trove of faith and art

An insider's view into the St. Joseph’s College campus, whose unassuming façade disguises the architectural and art treasures within

Hidden Treasure: A heartbreaking visit to Ledesma mansion

One of Iloilo's prominent ancestral houses, the Ledesma mansion features a façade faded, stained, chipped and cracked, but rich in detail