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[…]


Hakbang Miguel Ignacio from Technological Institute of the Philippines imitated footsteps to serve as his design concept for his idea, Hakbang. His chosen location is Nangka in Marikina City, the shoe capital of the Philippines. Two main buildings are somehow intertwined by shoelaces, further representing the ideology and physically making it to life. This open, Read more about Hakbang[…]

Balik Tanaw

Balik Tanaw Aeron Carl Calapati from Bulacan State University revived an old palaruan site to a vibrant multiplex space for relaxation and recreation. Surrounded by greens for a better environment, this site exemplifies art and social spaces above all. The playful yet meaningful design is relaxing to the eyes, taking away the stress of the Read more about Balik Tanaw[…]

Matina Aplaya

Matina Aplaya April Rose Seisa from the University of Mindanao utilized Matina Aplaya site in Davao City, Philippines. Her entry won 8th Place in this year’s competition. The chosen location is a melting pot of social activities in the area. It is surrounded by living communities near natural bodies of water and areas of land. Read more about Matina Aplaya[…]

Green Horizon: About the People, for the People

Green Horizon: About the People, for the People Lorenzo Angelo Mauricio from the University of Santo Tomas aspires to build a liveable community with walkable streets, green environment and safe space for the public to move around. His chosen site is the area around “Welcome Rotonda” in Quezon City. A human centered community allows locals, Read more about Green Horizon: About the People, for the People[…]