ArchiNEXT Congratulates New Architects

The ArchiNEXT Team is proud of 41 newly licensed Architects who passed the June 2019 Architecture Licensure Examination (ALE) and were also entrants of the Young Designers’ Competition. Congratulations! Architect Redentor Mirano Jr. (Top 5 June 2019 ALE, ArchiNEXT 2016 Entrant) Architect John Will Jay Dumot (ArchiNEXT 2015 Scholar, ArchiNEXT 2016 Top 3 and Scholar) Read more about ArchiNEXT Congratulates New Architects[…]

DANGAT: A Community Based Emergency Operations Center

Cellou Lapinid of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines proposes an Emergency Operations Center for residents living within the perimeter. Dangat means arrival, symbolizing the arrival of colonization, and the rebirth of a new purpose that is futuristic and helpful for the residents in case of calamity. Lapinid sees the area as a Read more about DANGAT: A Community Based Emergency Operations Center[…]

Morphing Platform: A Walled Civic Center for ReGREENeration

Jay Alimios of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines proposes a structure that promotes reGREENeration, surrounded with trees and green living in Metro Manila. This year’s Most Innovative Design Winner, also the 7th Placer thought of reviving the Old Paco Railway Station into a site with a food hub, farm to market restaurants, Read more about Morphing Platform: A Walled Civic Center for ReGREENeration[…]

Paco Village: A Community Center

Dahniel Mendoza from Bulacan State University aspires to maximize space, give livelihood, and make sure that education and recreation will not be left behind. With his entry “Paco Village: A Community Center”, he proves that he deserves to be our 6th Place Winner. The site is equipped to accommodate residents in the area, providing job Read more about Paco Village: A Community Center[…]

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[…]