Not Vital’s Bataan Chapel

Situated in a remote town just 50 kilometers west of Manilla, Swiss artist Not Vital has completed a chapel that expertly blends the lines between art and architecture.
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Philippines hospital designed by CAZA to serve as model for rural healthcare

New York firm CAZA has unveiled design for a hospital and trauma centre in a popular beach town in the Philippines, which will feature stone cladding, verdant courtyards and light-filled interior spaces.  The healthcare facility will be constructed in Baler, a coastal community with approximately 39,500 residents, which is also where 1979 movie Apocalypse Now was filmed. Surrounded by mountains

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Cave-shaped and plant-covered museum by Kengo Kuma is dedicated to Filipino history

An artificial ravine will carve through the centre of Kengo Kuma’s Museum of Indigenous Knowledge in the Philippines, which is shaped like a hollowed-out lump of rock (+ slideshow). The 9,000-square-metre museum by Japanese firm Kengo Kuma & Associates will be situated in the Philippine capital, Manila. History exhibitions within the Museum of Indigenous Knowledge […]

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