8th Place: KANDILI

8th Place: KANDILI Simple yet sustainable – these are carefully considered in the project KANDILI by Hazel Maturan and John Patrick Ocampo from National University. The proposed hospital and extended facility is located at Brgy. Poblacion East, Municipality of Sta. Ignacia. The design is inspired by hands holding a heart, that symbolizes empathy for the Read more about 8th Place: KANDILI[…]

9th Place: RASA

9th Place: RASA Rasa, an abundant grass in Real,Quezon is the inspiration of our 9th Placer group this year from University of Santo Tomas. Angela Ysabelle Estrada, Vince Julius Diaz, and Kyle Robert Pasquin conceptualized the project with the thought of using a local, useful material to solidify the facilities. Real, Quezon is a location Read more about 9th Place: RASA[…]

10th Place: MALASAKIT

10th Place: MALASAKIT Gabriel Matienzo, John Michael Canero, and Mark Angelo Bautista from University of Santo Tomas aced the competition securing the 10th spot in the finalists of ArchiNEXT 2021’s competition, LINGAP: General Hospital and Extended Emergency Facility. Their entry, MALASAKIT, is a facility located in Occidental Mindoro where Mangyans, a group of indigenous communities Read more about 10th Place: MALASAKIT[…]

The Bridge

The Bridge It all starts with a touching, real life story of students and fishermen of Sitio Tubig Manok. In so many ways, somehow this story reflects the status of some living in far flung areas; limited access to transportation, learning, and earning. With Lee’s project, The Bridge, it is closing one gap while opening Read more about The Bridge[…]


Panorama Smart, innovative and resourceful, Project Panorama maximizes space with strategic positioning of all facilities without sacrificing circulation and aesthetics. Joshua Brian Delatado from Technological Institute of the Philippines Quezon City visualized Ugnayan in a fresh way— interpretatively and literally. His utilization of bamboo as rainwater catchment is innovative and eco friendly, ticking two checks Read more about Panorama[…]

Rigor’s Community Multiplex Green Interactive Space

Rigor’s Community Multiplex Green Interactive Space ArchiNEXT continues to seek sustainable projects and Cyris Joaquin Rigor from Mapua University presented a well thought of, environmental friendly design that also requires not much cost for it to be attainable. Inspired by the blooms of a sunflower, it radiates positive energy through various reductions of heat, and Read more about Rigor’s Community Multiplex Green Interactive Space[…]


Constellations Sharise Cosay from the Technological Institute of the Philippines was inspired on the beauty of space, constellations and how it reflects to a rare, different form that translated into her work. Deconstructivism and contemporary architecture approach was used in the concept. Using the forms of 12 constellations, she integrated it and used it in Read more about Constellations[…]