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Multi-level building landscape, growing from a public park to a vertically-hanging arboretum along circulation cores, and up to a health-themed urban roof farm, design by CAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects), New York
GMW MIMARLIK won the bronze medal with the project “Philippines Clark International Airport Terminal” at the 11th annual International Design Awards. The project came in first in the “Arches, Bridges, Viaducts, Passages” category.
Verticality emphasised through façade’s vivid vertical rhythm, creating a new landmark for Makati financial district. Design is now underway on Woods Bagot’s first major project in Manila – a 36-storey Grade-A office tower in the city’s prominent Makati financial district.
Alexander Eriksson Furunes designed the Streetlight Tagpuro which is a collaborative design and build process that began 3 years before the strongest typhoon to ever hit land devastated Tacloban city in the Philippines.
1:1 was engaged to design a new factory building that would enable a handbag manufacturer to expand capacity on his current site in Mariveles, Bataan, Philippines.
The Philippine seas are severely threatened. Over-fishing, mass tourism, massive pollution of plastic waste and toxic products, as well as climate change present real threats to the health of the archipelago and, of course, the survival of its inhabitants.
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Hong Kong architecture firm hpa announce its largest and most innovative project, envisioned as a self-sustainable, revolutionary and eco-nouveau city in the capital of the Philippines.
Sacred spaces: Philippines religious buildings by architecture practiceCAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects) including 100 Walls Church in Cebu, La Salle Church in Laguna and Marian Church.
27-story-tall mixed-use building design by CAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects) features three floors of commercial retail and dining space & also has corporate offices for prominent international companies.
First combined General Hospital and Trauma Care Center in the Philippines, design by CAZA (Carlos Arnaiz Architects), vastly improving medical support to this remote area of the country.
Design: Populous, architects. The world’s largest indoor arena, with 50,000 seats, was commissioned by Iglesia Ni Cristo (the Church of Christ) as the church’s gift to the community.
19 bus station buildings serving nearly 1,000,000 riders: bus station modular system by Brooklyn-based architecture and design firm CAZA Architects inspired by ancient basket-weaving traditions of Cebu.