The intricate, nuanced, and layered relationship between architecture and photography

A commentary on how architectural photography has had a profound and long-lasting effect upon numerous aspects of the built environment

Modern, Not Modernist: A conversation with Daniel Libeskind

Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, discusses the 21st-century Asian city, interconnectedness, the narrative of Manila, Modernism, and more

LOOK: Collaborative works of 2 National Artists for Architecture at MET Manila

The exhibition entitled, ‘Leandro V. Locsin and Ildefonso P. Santos, Jr.: A Legacy of Filipino Popular Modernism,’ mounts the works of two Filipino National Artists for Architecture, Lindy Locsin and IP Santos. It revisits

Alfredo Luz’s Ramon Magsaysay Center: A National Benchmark

A Manileño recalls the summer of 1967, when the Ramon Magsaysay Center opened

Vernacularization in Philippine Modern Architecture (part 2)

The vernacular rhetoric is not without its problems. What do you consider as vernacular and indigenous in the first place?

Vernacularization in Philippine Modern Architecture (part 1)

How and why was the idea of the vernacular used in articulating Philippine national identity in modern architecture?