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Architecture Philippines

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San Miguel Corporation Headquarters Architect: Francisco Manosa The building is considered by many a Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Modern Architecture Design, Landscape Architecture, Interior Architecture, Church Building, Green Building, Filipino House, Philippine Houses

San Miguel Corporation Headquarters Architect: Francisco Manosa The building is considered by many as one of the bastions of Filipino Architecture and is notable for its gesture of employing angled and vegetated facade to shade the interiors from the tropical sun and combat heat gain.

The Tanghalang Pambansa is a theater and an office building located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Manila, Philippines. Contemporary Architecture, Art And Architecture, Brutalist, Philippines, Minimalism, Studio, Wallpaper, Building, Projects

Leandro Locsin, Simone Bossi · Tanghalang Pambansa

The Tanghalang Pambansa is a theater and an office building located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Manila, Philippines. Opened in 1969 ...

The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Manila - by Leandro V. Locsin & Leandro V. Cubic Architecture, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Concrete Architecture, Architecture Collage, Space Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Brutalist Buildings

How We Imagined It Would Be

indifferentaffection: “ The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Manila - by Leandro V. Locsin & Leandro V. Locsin Partners - 1974-76 ”

Magallanes Church by Leandro V. Locsin & Partners, Dominic Galicia Architects, Ildefonso Santos, Jr. Formally known as the Parish Church of St. Alphonsus. The Magallanes Church was built in 1968, It was designed by Architect Leandro Locsin. then in september 2004 it was consumed by fire, the church was rebuilt by Architect Dominic Galicia. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Sacred Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Architecture Design, Mosques, Cathedrals, Another World

Magallanes Church by Leandro V. Locsin & Partners, Dominic Galicia Architects, Ildefonso Santos, Jr. Formally known as the Parish Church of St. Alphonsus. The Magallanes Church was built in 1968, It was designed by Architect Leandro Locsin. then in september 2004 it was consumed by fire, the church was rebuilt by Architect Dominic Galicia.

National Arts Center of the Philippines.This is one of former First Lady Imelda Marcos’ numerous architectural projects and was established in This theater was named after the legend of Maria Makiling. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Modern Architecture, Philippines Vacation, Philippines Culture, National Theatre, National Art, Philippine Houses, Pinoy

National Arts Center of the Philippines

Constructed in 1977 to reach out to the gifted young to help them realized the possibilities of their gift and vision. It had a complex of 100 cottages that served as workshops, classrooms and residences, aside from an auditorium for 5,000 spectators in the photo above. The Arts Center substantiated the First Lady's belief in the artist as the progenitor of civilization.

National Arts Center of the Philippines.This is one of former First Lady Imelda Marcos’ numerous architectural projects and was established in This theater was named after the legend of Maria Makiling. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Modern Architecture, Philippines Vacation, Philippines Culture, National Theatre, National Art, Philippine Houses, Pinoy

National Arts Center of the Philippines

Constructed in 1977 to reach out to the gifted young to help them realized the possibilities of their gift and vision. It had a complex of 100 cottages that served as workshops, classrooms and residences, aside from an auditorium for 5,000 spectators in the photo above. The Arts Center substantiated the First Lady's belief in the artist as the progenitor of civilization.

The Hotel Inter-Continental Manila in Makati City in the The parking lot was developed into Glorietta 5 in the Philippine Architecture, Makati City, Commercial Center, Manila Philippines, 5 Star Hotels, Old Pictures, Cool Photos, Interesting Photos, Skyscraper

The Hotel Inter-Continental Manila in Makati City in the 1960s. The parking lot was developed into Glorietta 5 in the 2010s.

The Church of the Holy Sacrifice is the first circular church and the first thin-shell concrete dome in the Philippines Contemporary Architecture, Architecture Design, Filipino Architecture, Filipino Culture, Floor Murals, Historical Landmarks, Church Design, Sustainable Design, Building Design

Parish of the Holy Sacrifice situated at The University of the Philippines - Diliman. Five National artists collaborated for this project: Leandro Locsin (building design), Alfredo Juinio (structural engineer), Vicente Manansala (painted the murals), Napoleon Abueva (sculpture) and Arturo Luz (mosaic floor mural).

The Tanghalang Pambansa is a theater and an office building located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Manila, Philippines. Opened in 1969 it was designed by Leandro Locsin. Philippine Architecture, Modern Architecture, Constructivism, Brutalist, Skyscraper, Multi Story Building, Art Deco, Stairs, Wallpaper

Leandro Locsin, Simone Bossi · Tanghalang Pambansa

The Tanghalang Pambansa is a theater and an office building located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Manila, Philippines. Opened in 1969 ...

The Makati Stock Exchange moved from the Insular Life Building to its own in Philippine Architecture, Makati City, Filipiniana, Cool Photos, Interesting Photos, She Was Beautiful, Brutalist, Manila, Vintage Photos

Makati Stock Exchange Building Architects: Leandro V. Locsin, Leandro V. Locsin Partners Location: Ayala Ave., Makati City Construction: 1971

The Cultural Center of the Philippines main building designed by National Artist for Architecture Leandro Locsin Filipino Architecture, Filipino House, Cultural Center, Brutalist, Manila, Artist Art, Building Design, Valencia, Philippines

CCP Complex: CCP, PICC, Coconut Palace, FAT, Star City, Manila Film Center

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) is a sprawling complex commissioned by former first lady Imelda Marcos to be the venue of vario...

The Tanghalang Pambansa is a theater and an office building located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Manila, Philippines. Filipino Architecture, Constructivism, Concrete Design, Brutalist, Interior Architecture, Philippines, Brick, Art Deco, Building

Leandro Locsin, Simone Bossi · Tanghalang Pambansa

The Tanghalang Pambansa is a theater and an office building located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Manila, Philippines. Opened in 1969 ...