• CAMP PRAISE VALLEY | Bulacan, Philippines

    Sprawling on a 15-hectare site in Norzagaray, Bulacan, Camp Praise Valley is envisioned to become the first masterplanned community in the country ideal for reflection, meditation, and conversations with God. The master plan will be pedestrian-friendly and public transport-oriented.Buildings are designed to adapt to tropical climate, with high ceilings providing a breezy atmosphere in the interiors. 

  • JESUS IS LORD (JIL) HEADQUARTERS | Manila, Philippines

    The Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide Headquarters is envisioned to become a beacon of hope, a towering icon soaring to the sky, bringing all the people of the kingdom of the living God Together. Its architecture design has clear navigation, with interconnected and flexible spaces, strong linkage between inside and out, and appropriate orientation, creating light and airy spaces. .

  • PARISH OF THE RISEN CHRIST | Manila, Philippines

    This structure for worship epitomizes the seemingly-endless and difficult struggle in the rehabilitation and transformation of an urban garbage hill like Smokey Mountain into a livable, walkable, and productive community. The church is one of its kind: environmentally-friendly, energy saving and sustainable. 

  • SULTAN HASSANAL BOLKIAH MASJID | Cotobato City, Philippines

    Rising on a five-hectare area in Cotabato City, the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Masjid is a sight to behold. Currently the largest mosque in the Philippines, this landmark for worship features 14 majestic gold domes, with four minarets soaring up to 40 meters high. Deriving the architectural character from the Filipino Muslim culture, its design is inspired by the modern and classical masjids in Turkey, Dubai and the Arabian Gulf.