Filipino Form and Substance

To design a true Filipino city, architects and planners need to understand the first principles of Filipino urbanism.

Monumental Design Mistakes in the Philippines: Are we still guilty?

Filipino architects and designers comment on design mistakes committed by the government and the design professionals in the Philippines

BCDA Pres tackles USD 5 billion New Clark City, white elephants

The New Clark City is dubbed as “the vision of a modern Philippines,” and is being groomed to be the standard of how urban communities should be—green, sustainable, and optimal for human dwellings with

Build Build Build: Villar answers tough questions by former UN planners

“How does the DPWH identify and prioritize projects for the BBB Program, how does it jive with the Philippine Development Plan?” “We have a very fairly strong lobby from a lot of environmentalists about

Rio de Janeiro declared World Capital of Architecture for 2020

Last Friday, on January 18, 2019, UNESCO’s Assistant Director-General for Culture Ernesto Ottone R., Thomas Vonier, President of the International Union of Architects (UIA), and Verena Vicentini Andreatta, Municipal Secretary of the City of

House OKs proposed “Tourism Sites Accessibility Act”

Members of the House of Representatives this week unanimously approved on third and final reading House Bill 8143 or the “Tourism Sites Accessibility Act,” which mandates the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)