August 4, 2014 Leave a comment
Ken Yeang on the Future Design of Cities
Architect Ken Yeang is one of the Award Winning Read more of this post
Filipino Architects, Interior Designers, Urban Planners, Engineers and Landscape Arch, Collaborative in Bacolod, Iloilo, Manila, Cebu, Davao & the Philippines
November 10, 2012 Leave a comment
Green Schol in Bali, Indonesia: Aga Khan Award for Architecture
There is a price for Industry. We Pay it in full to the Environment. But destroying the Environment is not the solution. There is an alternative way to live which sustains life.
April 12, 2012 Leave a comment
Lubrico Cluster Commercial Residential Compound
Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines
Here is the Proposal for the Development in Homesite for the Lubrico Commercial Residential Development.
The Concept is a 2-Entrance for Residences on opposite sides of the Lot. Then The Frontage will have rentable commercial Shops which can be rented by Commercial Establishments or can have an Internet Shope fitted in.
The Perspective Shows the Shop in the Front and the Two Houses in the Back with a Firewall seperating the Read more of this post
April 7, 2011 Leave a comment
The first inhabitants of the Philippine Islands arrived between 300 and 200 B.C. They were of Malay-Polynesian descent. The people lived in groups of 30-100 families in societies known as barangay. They were mainly an agricultural and fishing people, others were nomadic. Trade with mainland asia, especially China, was established by these people. In the 14th century, Islam was introduced. Then in 1521, Magellan stumbled upon the islands in his attempt to circumnavigate the world. This was the introduction of the Philippines to the western world. What followed was 300 years of rule by the Spanish and the acceptance of Roman-Catholicism, Read more of this post
April 7, 2011 3 Comments
By Paulo G. Alcazaren
The first year of the new millennium was a year of trauma, reflection and re-orientation for the Philippines and Philippine architecture. Little came by way of actual buildings completed, and those in progress were still mostly foreign-designed or influenced, contributing little to the development of Filipino architecture. In fact, the biggest news in the architectural world was the demolition of landmark buildings and damage caused to heritage structures and sites. Much like the political and social structure of our country, the integrity of our built heritage and emerging architecture was and is being shaken to its very foundations.
Philippine architecture, both product and profession, faces the danger of deterioration of quality and depth Read more of this post