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In December 2020, Meya Carlos and her architect-mom, Menell, introduced Architect’s Curations to the world. Through Instagram posts that received orders from customers around Dumaguete City, the senior high student of De La Salle University shared photos of the native ...
From 3 days ago
Post-modern deja vu
Re-designing an existing structure in avant-garde fashion could form a culture shock among the locals.Restraint by the existing structure, known as the “white house” as it was coated all white for decades, was refashioned to somehow conversant and tranquil to ...
From 16 days ago
Architect’s foray into furniture
ARCHITECTS and furniture designers share the dialectal of form, hue and quality. Materials — whether they are concrete or wood — are surveyed for their opportunities, how they send strong ideas or styles of sensation.The preliminary drafts of the architect ...
From 25 days ago
Sustainability makes business, tourism sense
Public parks, expressly in inner-city milieus such as Cebu City, are essential preserves for home-grown inhabitants. Up till now, the problem several cities face is a deficiency of space to create them. As a consequence, some architects have been forced ...
From 37 days ago
Abstraction of Mt. Sinai
The St. John Bosco Chapel is the foremost religious structure built in all of Don Bosco School’s 50 years of presence in Dumaguete City. Amid the buildings within the school estate, it is the solitary edifice identifiable with an iconic, ...
From 90 days ago
‘Forced green’ — Architect on Pinoys, sustainable architecture
ARCHITECT Ned Carlos was born in Bay View Hills PICOP, Philippines in 1972. He studied at De La Salle-JBC and the University of San Carlos-Technological Center in Cebu City, graduating in 1994. After working for Maxwell Espina, Manuel Guanzon and ...
From 108 days ago