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    NUEVA ECIJA PROVINCIAL CENTER | Palayan City, Philippines

    The master plan of the center includes a provincial capitol, a coliseum, a track oval, and auxiliary spaces. Its neo-classical design symbolizes power, pride of place, and political will. The provincial center is designed in such a way that it dismantles barriers that may exist among local agencies.

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    PHILIPPINE CHANCERY IN BRUNEI | Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darrusalam

    Inspired by the bahay kubo, the Philippine Embassy and Chancery in Brunei embodies the rich culture of the Philippines, fusing vernacular and international styles and facets of Asian architecture. The design incorporates green technology, with green walls along the three courtyards and the social hall and athletics court on the northwest. (Photo from the Official Gazette website: www.gov.ph)

  • PROPOSED BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION HEADQUARTERS | Manila, Philippines

    This winning architectural perspective design by Palafox Associates taps into the Filipino’s rich Spanish heritage with its light yellow walls, brick columns, and capiz windows, allowing day lighting and passive cooling to reduce energy costs. The headquarters’ layout is also well-suited to the influx of pedestrian and vehicular movement around the building.

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    PROPOSED PERFORMING ARTS THEATER AND ARTIST'S CENTER COMPLEX I Manila, Philippines

    The complex is designed to recall the dynamism of the high seas and to represent the confident and festive attitude complimenting the grandeur of the arts, among others. On the other hand, the interior for the Performing Arts Theater was designed to have two performing arts spaces: a 1,000‐seat Proscenium Theater and the Black Box Theater that can seat 300 to 500 people.

  • PUERTO PRINCESA CONVENTION CENTER | Palawan, Philippines

    Resembling a cove in plan and in perspective to complement the parallel panoramic view of the city’s waterfront, the Puerto Princesa Convention Center’s two-building complex features an exhibit and a convention hall connected by an elevated walkway. Its façade evokes a sense of community and reminds locals and tourists alike of Puerto Princesa’s role as a center for tourism in the Philippines.

  • QUEZON CITY MUSEUM | Quezon City, Philippines

    The Quezon City Museum, home of the city’s historical artifacts, is an epitome of sustainable design. By integrating the museum’s structure with its surroundings, the design not only helps preserve more than a hundred trees in the site, but it also helps create a building with minimum impact on the natural environment and make museum visitors conscious of nature.

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    SUPREME COURT CENTENNIAL BUILDING | Manila, Philippines

    This winning design addresses the challenge of harmoniously integrating a new structure with an existing one. Located in Padre Faura, the annex follows the design patterns of classical architecture. It features three fenestrations defined by a group of three round arches reaching as high as five storeys, dramatizing the beauty of the classic arcade found at the main entrance of the Court.