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    ECO FOOTBRIDGE | Manila, Philippines

    Dubbed as the country’s first eco footbridge, this pedestrian footbridge is equipped with CCTV cameras and stationed security guard 24/7, with energy-efficient LED lighting and landscaping. It is designed to withstand winds up to 270-kilometers per hour. The bridge’s landscape features are not just for aesthetic purpose only, but also to absorb the belched smoke from vehicles plying Quezon Boulevard.

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    MAKATI STREETSCAPES | Manila, Philippines

    The goal of improving the Makati streetscape is to transform blighted city areas through restoration and/or adaptively reusing historic structures. The concept of keeping people’s eyes on their surroundings will improve security on the streets, while the water and landscape features will also help soften the urban setting and provide pedestrians a respite along the busy thoroughfares.

  • ORTIGAS STREETSCAPES | Manila, Philippines

    The master plan proposes a connection from the train station to the malls and major buildings within the vicinity to help improve and maintain the pedestrian flow, security, and legibility of direction. The towering cylindrical pylons constructed at strategic entry points to the center convey a welcoming message to passers-by. The three semi-circular tubular rings on top of the cylinder represent the three cities housing Ortigas: Mandaluyong, Pasig, and Quezon.

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    PANDACAN LINEAR PARK | Manila, Philippines

    The linear park was created as a short-term softscape solution to revitalize the area—a visual buffer to the oil depots located within the vicinity prior to these depots’ relocation from the capital. It is also intended as a space to regulate industrial air and noise pollution due to its proximity to the residential communities. The well-lit avenue of the linear park will also help solve security issues.

  • PUERTO PRINCESA STREETSCAPES | Palawan, Philippines

    Organic lamp posts resembling buds dot the Coliseum Park, while water features, plants, brick bollards and innovative layouts were included in the redesigning of Rizal Avenue. Signs and entry markers were all coordinated to achieve a cohesive theme, while parking slots and lay-by areas were added to facilitate the flow of traffic in this area. Canopy walks were also installed to protect pedestrians.