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Smart Cities are Better…for Whom?

From security and streamlined services to racial bias and mass surveillance, what does it mean for smart cities to...

Aug 17 · 2 min read >

A Monument that Aims to Preserve Memories and Film Archives

The Monument + Film Archives Museum will stand tall by 2022 on Scout Madriñan, Quezon City. At its base...

Aug 10 · 2 min read >

Inquirer Lifestyle Features The Monument + Film Archive Museum

Architect Carlo Calma and builder JP Calma are continuously making waves in the architecture and real estate industry. Their...

Aug 5 · 40 sec read >

Sound of the Future Public: Imagining Beyond the Planetary Water Crisis

It is projected that by the year 2100, the number of megacities in the world will rise, with the...

Jul 23 · 2 min read >

Pretty Ugly

There’s no denying that progress is all around us. A quick scan of the metro and one can see...

Camp: Notes on Design, Too

Since its debut as the theme of this year’s Met Gala and the topic of the Metropolitan Museum’s exhibition...

Jun 26 · 1 min read >

The Controversy of the Act of Writing

To be a writer is the hardest thing in the world when it requires a painful amount of self-awareness...

Jun 19 · 1 min read >

More-than-Human Centered Design: From Bauhaus to Neuhaus

What can we learn from ancient theatres and town squares that we can integrate into the design of our...

Jun 12 · 4 min read >

MFA+R: Our Game Changer in Architecture Design for Life, Body and Nature

It isn’t a surprise to see the Calma family of architects and designers shine on the front page of...

The Architecture of Good Taste: Your Perfect Match of Local Flavors and Modern Cuisine

Former Gallery Vask has now transformed into an architecture of good taste that pushes the boundaries of the Filipino...

Jun 1 · 1 min read >