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CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Karl Aries Emerson F. Cabilao
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The pandemic lockdowns last year prompted a lot of people to seek ways to keep themselves sane while in the confines of their own homes. With malls closed or operating at limited hours in the early days of quarantine, people ...
From 21 days ago
Gifts from the gifted
Artworks allow the creative souls to express themselves—feelings, thoughts and visions—in a way that they do the best. Armed with paper or a canvas, pencils, brushes, paints and other coloring materials, artists create works that allow them to step into ...
From 56 days ago
Design ideas break out
As the pandemic drags on, online education for both students and teachers has become notorious for its struggles and doubts on its effectiveness of learning delivery. However, looking at this year’s annual design exhibit of the University of San Carlos ...
From 63 days ago
‘Good things’ during this pandemic
More than a year into the pandemic, we sometimes cannot imagine ourselves how we have managed to reach this part of this seemingly endless nightmare. At times, we consider ourselves lucky to have kept ourselves breathing (almost barely with the ...
From 66 days ago
THIS year marks a milestone for architecture as a profession here in the Philippines. It has been 100 years since the landmark law stating the separation of the board examination for engineers and architects was signed. The year 1921 also ...
From 93 days ago
Staying classy with online classes
EVER since the scourge of Sars-CoV-2 started to turn our lives upside down and forced us into quarantine for almost a year now, most of our activities have shifted online. From shopping and paying the bills to doing business and ...
From 140 days ago
Architecture best exemplifies the statement, “more than just face value.” Architects design buildings that are not only beautiful but also functional, efficient and relevant. Even with the pandemic, the graduating architecture students from the University of San Carlos (USC) capped ...
From 169 days ago
Architecture in our daily lives
VARIOUS issues greet us each day. Some of these have sounded stale in news headlines but continue to hound us as we go through our daily routine. Many of these problems demand solutions from specific sectors and professions. From the ...
From 199 days ago
Craving for a decadent partner for a cup of freshly brewed coffee or a small dessert to close out a hearty meal? A slice of cheesecake is the answer. Usually, one would get a slice of blueberry cheesecake, and the ...
From 214 days ago
Architecture and the ‘new normal’
THE pandemic has forced many to revisit the way they live and work. In the built environment, architects are re-thinking their design approaches beyond columns and enclosures. Orchestrating art and science, architects are considering the building users’ well-being along with ...
From 261 days ago