Filipino installation artist Junyee makes a stand with felled trees

Junyee’s sculptural works show how the native in us emerges when we are confronted with modern challenges, and becomes transformed

Glass forms: Marge Organo’s insights of vision and humanity

"Prismatic Visions" by Marge Organo manages to incorporate different figurations that play with diffused light, utilizing transparency and translucency

Old Provincial Capitol in Tagbilaran now the National Museum Bohol

The National Museum Bohol adaptively reuses the old government structure built in 1860

PH at the Venice Biennale: A comeback after 51 years

From Abueva and Joya to Muhon and Spectre, we trace the journey of the Philippine pavilion in art and architecture's most prestigious stage.

RT+Q three-block family house interlinked by art and architecture

The house was not built as a single, large house screaming for attention, but as a series of pavilion-like blocks to cater to each 'unit' of the family.

Ramon Orlina carves 150 glass pieces for Trinity Chapel’s altarpiece

Ramon Orlina creates an altarpiece for the Trinity University of Asia chapel that draws churchgoers in by dispersing light