Paulo Alcazaren elaborates on comprehensive planning lessons from Boracay

Landscape architect and former BluPrint EIC says that the Philippines has to achieve success in the island of Boracay for better tourism development 

A look at the WHO Manila headquarters auditorium renovation in 2011

Arlen de Guzman and Paulo Alcazaren breathe new life into Alfredo J. Luz's iconic design of the World Health Organization Manila Headquarters

BluPrint magazine celebrates two decades of design journalism

The Philippines' first and only architecture and design sourcebook commemorates its 20th year in an afternoon of thanksgiving and remembrance with former editors and friends in the design industry

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