Arts & Culture

Love Those Patterned Cement Tiles? Here's How Machuca Tiles are Made

Machuca tiles have been in the country for over a century with roots that go as far back as 1903

Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin’s Wedding Venue Looks Stunning

Aston House offers a spectacular view of the Han River and is a famous location for outdoor ceremonies

Breaking Barriers: Female Architects and Interior Designers to Watch For

These remarkable women, who are making a difference in the field of home and design, prove that ladies can get the job done

Feng Shui: Achieving Balanced Spaces and a Healthy Home

Real Living chats with Feng shui expert Patrick Fernandez to delve into the science behind the Chinese traditional practice and how it can be used as a guide in improving the home.

Ito Kish: Weaving Filipino Stories with Design

The visual storyteller talks about finding inspiration, bringing Filipino creations to the world stage, and sharing stories through his work.

7 Buildings Designed by Juan Nakpil, the Father of Philippine Architecture

He was also the first National Artist for Architecture

Conversations With Architect Paul Noritaka Tange: How Architecture Is Going Back to Basics

"What we thought was 'a nice house' is no longer 'a nice house,'" shares the famed architect.

A Look Inside the Ancestral Home of Pablo S. Antonio, National Artist for Architecture

Located in Pasay City, the bungalow is a modern tropical marvel built by the celebrated architect

Makati’s Virtual Festival of Lights Is Back!

The show is launching on November 12.

Liza Morales: Going Beyond the Usual Sustainable Design

For architect Liza Morales, working on sustainable design isn't just skin-deep. It focuses on creating healthier environments, future-proofing the home, and helping clients build their dreams.
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