Arts & Culture

Interior Designers Unmask Trendsetting Furniture at MasKAREde Ball

The event also highlighted KARE's eclectic mix of furniture, lighting, accessories, and gifting pieces

5 Things You Need to Know About the National Museum

Inaugurated in 1926, the present National Museum of Fine Arts used to be the legislative building

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.
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