Architecture and planning in the time of coronavirus—what’s next? 

Two urbanists attempt to unpick what the future holds for architecture and urban planning in light of the Coronavirus pandemic

(Euclidean) Planning is dead. Long Live Urbanism.

City planning should be more like slow-cooking a stew of meat and vegetables for hours—that is, decades for cities, no short-term plans.

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.

Escuela Taller to improve and alter Harvard University GSD proposals for Manila

A group from Escuela Taller dropped by "Manila: Future Habitations" the day after it opened and an alternative narrative began.

See cities’ often-ignored alleyways in upcoming exhibit by Hub Pacheco

In WALKTHROUGH, Hub Pacheco not only takes but shows the road less traveled.

The Mornings After: Escolta Block Parties are more than one-night affairs

With a new wave of tenants and building owners, the Escolta creative movement is transforming Manila’s old downtown.