De Ilaw

Roel Alejandrino of Don Honorio Ventura State University visualizes an innovative, mixed used building that alters as a photography site to sustain it’s tourism promotion. De Ilaw is inspired by a Peel Reel, protecting the safety of old film rolls recorded by a camera. The site reimagines a Paco Station with delight as the structure Read more about De Ilaw[…]

Preserving Culture, Nourishing Architecture

Jonathan Temporada of Don Honorio Ventura State University projected an accessible place with a wise use of energy sources in his design for Anyuhay. The structure is composed of a museum, a public library and a cultural center with public spaces and commercial stalls to add employment and income for locals. The buffer zone is Read more about Preserving Culture, Nourishing Architecture[…]

LUMA x BAGO: A Proposed Social and Cultural Center

Jay Oliver Cadaguit of Tarlac State University proposes his design utilizing one of the most abundant plants in the country, bamboo. In his design, he re imagines a social space bounded by remnants of the Old Paco Station. Aside from the vision of sustainability and heritage preservation, Cadaguit sees the potential of using bamboo as Read more about LUMA x BAGO: A Proposed Social and Cultural Center[…]

MOBIUS: Connecting People Through Art

The design by John Carlo Mendoza of National University garnered the Second Place and the Best Presentation Award. Mobius promotes cultural appreciation through an art gallery surrounded by commercial spaces with a garden atop the structure. The walkable, biker friendly structure has a food park, transportation hub, events space, and a dancing fountain to accentuate Read more about MOBIUS: Connecting People Through Art[…]

FUSION: An Integrated Public Terminal Cum Commercial

Our first design feature is the winning piece of Nemesio Ugaddan Jr. of Technological Institute of the Philippines Quezon City.  Let’s take a look and see what the edge of the design he presented was. FUSION: An Integrated Public Terminal Cum Commercial Ugaddan’s design is inspired by the mythical bird Phoenix, a symbolism of death Read more about FUSION: An Integrated Public Terminal Cum Commercial[…]

Ugaddan Bags ArchiNEXT 2019 Title

It’s a back-to-back winning streak for Technological Institute of the Philippines Quezon City as Nemesio Ugaddan Jr. bagged the ArchiNEXT Grand Winner Title in the 2019 Competition. ArchiNEXT 2019 has been concluded and celebrated recently in the HCG Night at the National Convention of the United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) held April 12, 2019 Read more about Ugaddan Bags ArchiNEXT 2019 Title[…]

ArchiNEXT 2019 Special Awards

ArchiNEXT 2019 Special Awards ArchiNEXT would like to congratulate the Most Participative School and Most Popular Entry for this year’s competition! Congratulations to Technological Institute of the Philippines Quezon City for sending the most number of entries and winning Most Participative School. Your support is much appreciated and valued. On the other hand, the Online Read more about ArchiNEXT 2019 Special Awards[…]

ArchiNEXT 2019 Winners

ARCHINEXT 2019 WINNERS After deliberating and scrutinizing 405 qualified entries for this year’s competition, we now have the top winners and special awardees for ArchiNEXT 2019 themed “ANYUHAY: An Adaptive Reuse Toward Structural Rebirth”. Special Awardees: Best Presentation – John Carlo Mendoza (National University) Most Innovative – Jay Alimios (University of Science and Technology of Read more about ArchiNEXT 2019 Winners[…]

Archinext 2019 Most Popular

Archinext 2019 Most Popular Act like an ArchiNEXT Judge. Vote for your favorite entry   How to vote: • Log on to http://archinext.ph/2019/archinext-2019-most-popular/ • All entries are coded. Click the entry of your choice. • Input name and a valid email address. • Click ‘Vote’. • Scores will automatically tally. • Contest period is from: Read more about Archinext 2019 Most Popular[…]