Big, Better, Best: Dimensions of Design—a Paulo Alcazaren ed’s note

Big has always been associated with being better. The Philippines has, however, always been known for and even taken pride in things that are on the opposite end of the scale.

Did we even learn our design lessons after Typhoon Ondoy?

On reconstructing urban landscapes of disastrous designs into design for disasters

A hundred walls for worship in Cebu by CAZA

Cebu’s Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod embodies modern faith and spirituality

Maestranza to become creative hub as Intramuros eyes UNESCO Creative Cities list

When people ask about the home of Filipino creatives, we can one day say: check out the Maestranza in Intramuros.

‘Green Green Green’ budget for more public space in PH cities

DBM provides P2.5 billion and technical workshops for the creation of parks, gardens, and more

The politics and problems of placemaking in the Philippines

Ever craving perfection in the public realm, the long-suffering Paulo Alcazaren calls all his projects “a limited success”