• ALAMINOS CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN | Pangasinan, Philippines

    A balance of self-sustaining developments and communities will create more public and open spaces that enhance civic life and strengthen the human fabric of the community. The master plan has also identified five tourism clusters: The Hundred Islands National Park, the Heritage Walk Zone, the Hillside National Park, country-side farming zone and the business park zone.

  • BUTUAN CITY CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN | Butuan City, Philippines

    Since it is the sea that connects Butuan to the rest of the archipelago, it is appropriate that development in the city is anchored on the waterfront. To improve connectivity, an airport facility will be developed and bus terminals will be linked through a new pedestrian-friendly route.

  • CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF THE BAYFRONT BUSINESS PARK | Manila, Philippines

    In promoting waterfront development, the Master Plan focuses on the coastline and the bay area as entry points for transformation and commercial development. The bayfront is redesigned to give new life to both local residents and the environment. Furthermore, encouraging the rich mix of land uses will create more open spaces and pedestrian-friendly walkways and bike lanes.

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    ILOCOS NORTE DEVELOPMENT | Ilocos, Philippines

    The Metro Ilocos Master Plan for Tourism emphasizes on the five tourism assets of the region to shape the socio-economic development of the province. The overall package of the development stands as not only to develop the existing tourism infrastructures and sites but to innovate other potential sites within the region to produce a contemporary tourism hub in par with global tourism trends.

  • MANILA MEGALOPOLIS 2020 | Manila, Philippines

    With the goal of addressing the country’s urban issues and make Metropolitan Manila more liveable and globally competitive, Palafox Associates’ Manila Megalopolis 2020 maximizes the locational advantage of existing urban centers. It also considers the development of urban corridors and growth centers clustered around the former US military bases, and the opening of new gateways leading to and along the length of the country’s Pacific Ocean coastline.

  • NAVOTAS CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN | Manila, Philippines

    The Conceptual Development Masterplan of Navotas City identifies the waterfront, development corridors and growth nodes as drivers of urban development. Navotas’ Immediate Action Plan starts with the urban renewal of streetscapes and landscapes. This includes the installation of lighting fixtures, entry markers, and street graphics; provision of walkways and waiting sheds and improvement of sidewalks and landscaping along a national road, the city’s main entry.

  • Philippines METRO ILOILO-GUIMARAS TOURISM STRATEGY & ACTION PLAN | Iloilo Province and Guimaras Island, Philippines

    The tourism plan proposes the development of community-based hotels and resorts inspired by the region’s identity, as well as the promotion of facilities and structures based on each locality’s advantages. Maximizing the use of terrain in the development of communities and hotels especially along hillside areas gives added premium to the property.

  • PHU QUOC ISLAND MASTERPLAN | PhuQuoc, Vietnam

    Pho Quoc Island is one of Vietnam’s emerging countryside tourist attractions. The master plan maximizes the natural features of the island, and the rural landscape is enhanced to show its natural beauty. To improve the commercial value of the land, the design program focuses on integrating the preservation of historical and environmentally-critical areas with low-impact development.

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    QUEZON CITY MEMORIAL CIRCLE REDEVELOPMENT | Manila, Philippines

    A vast open space found in the heart of Quezon City, the planning for the redevelopment of the Quezon Memorial Circle aims to maximize its use as a facility where nature converges with recreation, industry, education and work within a single urban quadrant. As the lungs of the city, the area absorbs stress from the pollution caused by converging vehicular traffic.

  • SAN VICENTE TOURISM ENTERPRISE ZONE | Palawan, Philippines

    The tourism master plan for San Vicente, Palawan calls for development guidelines and design standards that give respect to the area’s natural features and general terrain.  An inclusive and high-end development is envisioned with emphasis on sustainable tourism, responsible commercial development, and protection of ecologically and culturally-significant areas.