Japanese meets continental modern in this Nazareno-Dy collaboration

Anthony Nazareno and Charles Dy's collaboration results in a unique hybrid of a house: Japanese inspired on the outside, Continental Modern on the inside

Enduring Legacies: The Bautista and Santos Ancestral Houses of Malolos

These ancestral houses from the mid-late 19th Century to the early 1930s catalogs the stylistic changes introduced through colonial contact with the West

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

Ian Echano’s Avant-Garde ‘Waving on the Edge House’ in CDO

The house symbolizes the stylistic conflicts that happen between avant-garde design versus the practical needs and middle-class sensibilities of its owners

Fabian Tan’s Jose House translates nature and light

People seek allowances, portions inside their home marked by margins—a desire manifested in the ache felt for the impression of space. In dense urban surroundings, it is difficult to translate this sense of longing

RT+Q revamps a house from the ’60s into a breezy terrace house

Singapore firm RT+Q Architects carves out breathing spaces from the sides of a terrace house to make it feel like a breezy single-detached residence