How does one honor their own land, home, and heritage? How does one show Filipinism or let onlookers know what “Filipino” is in art and in architecture? In the experience of UST’s interior design
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
What would these aging columns of the San Sebastian Basilica tell the conservation team about the structural stability of the building?
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
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.