• AL KHOBAR COMPLEX CENTER | Al Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    This winning Complex Center design entry by Palafox Associates in Al Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represents the ethereal beauty of the Gulf, with its distinctive L-shaped plan, clever use of glass curtain walls to cast an aura of loftiness and opulence, and accessibility to shopping and dining restaurants on the lower floors of the complex.

  • BALANGA UNIVERSITY TOWN | Bataan, Philippines

    The proposed Balanga University Town will be a first model University Town in the country, in par with the University of Cambridge, Oxford University, Harvard University and others. The total package of the university town will service commercial, institutional and transportation facilities to centralize all the needs of the university in one development and will accommodate both academic and social activities necessary to achieve quality living within the university.

  • CROWN EQUITIES BUILDING | Manila, Philippines

    Situated in a modest lot in Makati City, the sleek Crown Equities, Inc. Corporate Headquarters is designed to maximize the lot area without compromising the building’s breathability and visual impact. It also has an open plan space layout flexible enough to be converted into a high-rise structure for a variety of other uses, such as offices or healthcare facilities.

  • FELCRIS CENTRALE | Davao City, Philippines

    Located in a 5.9 hectare lot along Quimpo Boulevard, the first phase of the Felcris Centrale development broke ground in 2012, and  features a 3-storey commercial complex with a 12-floor office space. A new mall also offers an exciting and eclectic mix of shops and restaurants that is complemented by a fully-landscaped activity and entertainment area. The interior walkways will showcase Davao as the “Fruit and Flower Basket of the Philippines” consisting of flower stalls, fruit stalls, local delicacies and handicrafts.

  • GLOBAL GATEWAY LOGISTICS CITY | Pampanga, Philippines

    This 167-hectare state-of-the-art logistics and technology park located within the Clark Special Economic Zone is strategically adjacent to the premier international airport in the Philippines and in the entire Asia-Pacific. Thus, creating an aviation logistics support hub in the Industrial Estate 5 area, as well as enhance and complement the anticipated development and prospective market that the airport and the nearby seaport of Subic will generate within the foreseeable future.

  • MARIKINA RIVERBANKS | Manila, Philippines

    For the redevelopment master plan of the Marikina Riverfront, priority is given to locating major activity centers at identified nodes to encourage the use of public transport. One of the most challenging aspects of this project is orienting the redevelopment towards the river while using adaptive measures to address the flooding in these areas.

  • OFFICETEL BUILDING | Pampanga, Philippines

    The proposed 10-storey Officetel project is an interplay of shapes and spaces to resemble urban growth and development in the Clark Special Economic Zone. This environmentally-sound building is flanked by warm lighting and passive cooling. Future residents will be able to enjoy the following features of this development: proximity to Clark airport, the Freeport zone, and the 304-hectare golf course and clubhouse 20-30 minutes from the Officetel project.

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    PASEO DEL RIO | Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines

    The 12.5-hectare Paseo Del Rio complements the rapid urban growth of the city by integrating multi-use development components, environmental sustainability and riverfront development principles to achieve balance between the built and natural environment. A high-rise hotel with a 3,000-person capacity convention center and retail spaces overlooking the Cagayan River, and an I.T. Park for BPO offices, lush landscaping and pedestrian promenades create an idyllic foreground for 24-hour- cycle activities.

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    PROPOSED FINANCIAL DISTRICT | Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    This proposed design for the state-of-the-art financial district is a blend of contemporary styles and defined geometry, supporting sustainable and green architecture through the maximum use of available daylight, made possible by the incorporation of skylights and specialized glass treatments and orienting the whole structure towards the east-west direction. All five buildings in the proposed plan for the financial district are interconnected through pedestrian walkways.


    The Office Tower is envisioned to be an architectural landmark and national symbol in Vietnam. The focal point of the complex is the hotel tower which takes the shape of two “V’s” to signify the unification of North and South Vietnam and the name of the client corporation. This creates four wings: the shorter set facing the plaza intersection that invites guests to come over, and the longer set that provides a panoramic view of the eastern sea.

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    The Proposed Mixed-Use Development sits on an 84.5 hectare land in Panabo City projecting its development as a ‘satellite city’ connecting Tagum (Capital City of Mindanao) and Davao del Norte (Regional Capital of Mindanao). With the objective of being a unique, memorable and identifiable community, Panabo City will embody an ‘eco-city’ concept servicing residential and commercial developments.


    Designed for a 24-hour cycle of human activity, the Financial Center is a mixed-use development where places to live are integrated with areas for working, shopping, dining, and entertainment. The plan for the PNB Financial Center is to make it a prime destination for tourists, shoppers, and businessmen. Its futuristic design creates a more active and vibrant lifestyle.

  • RICHMOND GLOBAL CITY | General Santos City, Philippines

    The master plan for the Richmond Global City in Polomolok, General Santos City mixed-use development takes inspiration from the form of a tuna (native fish), from which the province is very well known for. It is envisioned as a new vibrant center in General Santos City, offering different activities in one location where one can live, work, play, shop, dine, recreate, learn, and worship.

  • ROCKWELL CENTER | Manila, Philippines

    Rockwell Center sets a standard in urban regeneration projects within a city where the highest levels and most progressive visions of urban life must be taken into consideration. This master plan strategically links residential, commercial, institutional, recreational, leisure, office, and religious spaces to minimize the need for transportation, providing a safe and convenient pedestrian and vehicular circulation system.

  • SUMMIT RIDGE | Tagaytay City, Philippines

    From a mountain resort, Summit Ridge transitions into an integrated hotel, commercial, entertainment and residential development that sports a traditional look with the convenience of modern technology. The beautiful synthesis of rustic and contemporary architectural elements gives Summit Ridge a stunning visual effect. Between the hotel wings are scenic elevators, which expose a breathtaking and panoramic view of Tagaytay City, especially the Taal Lake and Volcano.

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    TOURIST CITY | Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

    The envisioned Tourist City will usher in a new dawn of urbanism which incorporates aesthetics and ecological concepts within an urban setting. The development of environment-friendly and energy efficient technologies will support the day-to-day activities within the city as well as create aesthetically-pleasing landscape designs. Green spaces such as parks and recreation areas enhance the quality of life in the communities and increase the value of property.

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    The Tutuban Center Redevelopment Project is envisioned to be a new, dynamic, and interactive wholesale and retail shopping destination hub in the Central Business District of Metro Manila, just like its famous bargain district foreign counterparts in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, Bangkok, and Chang Mai. The designated open areas will serve as the lungs of the complex where trees and landscapes act as carbon sinks and ‘greeneries’ in the middle of the city.