Designing In The Age Of The Anthropocene

Taken from the Greek words “anthropos” (human) and “kainos” (new), the Anthropocene is defined by humans’ impact on the environment

What makes a great Philippine City (Part 2)

The most liked and disliked Philippine cities according to a 2012 survey conducted by BluPrint and The Urban Partnerships Foundation

Proponent of the first architecture exhibit at La Biennale dies of COVID-19

Renowned architect, urban planner, and educator Vittorio Gregotti, 92, dies on 15 March at the San Giuseppe hospital in Milan, Italy

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