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Libeskind Breaks Ground on 60-Story “Century Spire” in Philippines

00:00 - 2 June, 2014
Libeskind Breaks Ground on 60-Story “Century Spire” in Philippines , © Studio AMD
© Studio AMD

Last week, Daniel Libeskind joined Century Properties Group to celebrate the ground breaking of the “Century Spire.” Designed as a key building for Century City - a 3.4 hectare, mixed-use development in Makati - the all-glass, 60-story office and residential tower sets itself apart with a “dramatic crown” that divides and expands the building’s top half as it rises. 

Construction Story: Carlos Arnaiz Discusses the Church of 100 Walls

00:00 - 25 January, 2014
Construction Story: Carlos Arnaiz Discusses the Church of 100 Walls

When commissioned to design a church in Cebu, the oldest urban center of the Philippines, Carlos Arnaiz of CAZA hoped to create a “scared place that embodied the contemporary search for meaning.” Inspired by the world’s diversity, Arnaiz, together with his colleagues, envisioned the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod, the “Church of 100 Walls.” Symbolic of “commonality and difference,” the church represents the many paths one may take through life and invites visitors to explore its many, distinct spaces made up of 100, uniquely-sized walls. 

Architects & AIA Respond to Devastation in the Philippines, Call for Immediate Help

00:00 - 13 November, 2013
Architects & AIA Respond to Devastation in the Philippines, Call for Immediate Help, A man stands atop debris as residents salvage belongings from the ruins of their houses after Typhoon Haiyan battered Tacloban city in central Philippines November 10, 2013. Image Courtesy of Flickr user, mansunides
A man stands atop debris as residents salvage belongings from the ruins of their houses after Typhoon Haiyan battered Tacloban city in central Philippines November 10, 2013. Image Courtesy of Flickr user, mansunides

On Friday, one of the strongest storms ever to hit land left 660,000 Filipinos homeless, with countless more desperately needing basic supplies to survive. 

OMA-designed Luxury Home in Manila Nears Completion

00:00 - 20 June, 2013
OMA-designed Luxury Home in Manila Nears Completion, © Dominik Gigler
© Dominik Gigler

Vanity Fair reports that Developer Robbie Antonio’s OMA-designed “Stealth,” a $15 million private residence/art gallery in Manila will be completed by the end of the month. The home is a series of stacked, irregular boxes with rooftop pool and waterfall.

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