Saturdays are usually not considered as full rest days for designers. For some it becomes an extension of weekday production work, or for some it becomes a time to attend to seminars and talks for personal and professional development. On July 28th, it’s a rainy Saturday for attendees of B+abble talk. As a starter attendees are not required to wake up very early for the seminar, B+abble is scheduled conveniently after lunch and for most designers this time is perfect to maintain…Read More
Take a look at the 5 shortlisted entries for the New Senate Building in Fort Bonifacio.
BCDA invited several architecture offices to submit their credentials to be evaluated for the shortlist. The competition started around January and shortlisted companies were announced last March. For this period the chosen companies have posted their video presentations of their entries for public evaluation.
Entry A: Leeser Architecture
They are the only ones that posted a step-by-step…Read More
Disclamer: Because of confidentiality issues, this review will not delve very much into detail of spaces but still be assured that the quality of content will not be affected.
With the results of the bar exams released last week, everyone is ecstatic to see the new breed of lawyers that can change the course of the justice system of the country for better or worse. The news brought hope and changes the monotony of scandals and issues that the justice system faces. The Supreme Court,…Read More
It was a quiet Monday evening in Karrivin plaza. A group of people went ahead to Bellas Artes Outpost and were greeted by Bruce Connor: out of the body exhibit. Organizers lead the people to their library and everyone settled within 15 minutes.
The workshop started with attendees telling their reason on taking interest on art criticism. Some as a hobby brought by the love of art and blogging, others are in the field of journalism and creative writing, and most are from Art studios…Read More
In the recent events where social media made an uproar on Liza Soberano’s tweet equating being a Filipino by loving Sinigang, one can see that Filipinos are very nationalistic. It is seen by the support everyone shows when Filipinos or anyone who is half-blood thrive on international competitions and the nation moves mountain to support their bet.
However, nationalism in the country is selective, people only care of what’s seen on the international setting but almost everyone…Read More
It was in 2014 that Azure open its door to the public, the project is a collaboration between Century Properties and Paris Hilton where the styling, interiors, palette, furniture, design and theme are all Paris’s ideas. Azure seeks to set a new standard of tropical modern living by taking tropical design as a main factor on their design. Optimal use of natural ventilation, sun shading and lighting are factors determining the masterplan and the building design. The Masterplan…Read More
Chino Roces avenue in Makati is a hub of art galleries, underground clubs and restaurants and curated lifestyle stores. It is one of my resolutions this year to go around this area as it is also near my office and check out the newest things found in the area.
Last Friday, I have been to Finale Art File in La Fuerza where vinyl on vinyl gallery and Nova gallery is also located. Finale art File is a contemporary gallery with 3 major spaces, the tall gallery, Upstairs gallery and Video,…Read More
Realism is a genre in painting that test the strength of an artist and aims to deeply understand and capture its subject. It avoids exaggeration and flamboyant techniques, making it experienced by bigger spectrum of audience.
The Drawing from life exhibit is formed by Cebu based Artists that aim to highlight the art realism movement in the country and to help people understand that albeit the scene seems easy and unchallenging, achieving its simplicity and flawlessness takes…Read More
Busis Ibat Ha Kanayunan is a research based exhibit by Cian Dayrit that focuses on the history and mythology of Ayta Magbukun community in Bataan. Ayta Magbukun is a marginalized group of indigenous people in Central Luzon that maintains a primarily hunting and gathering lifestyle in their ancestral forest lands. The exhibit looks into the community’s position on the emerging modernization as well as to preserve their unique culture and traditions that is on brink of being…Read More