Original post: http://paulblasco.tumblr.com/post/16627935053/the-future-of-filipino-architecture Also posted in Arkitektura.ph: http://arkitektura.ph/posts/4 What is the future of Filipino architecture? The answer seems terrifying as slums sprawl endlessly, identical skyscrapers rise up monthly, and every single housing project is inspired by foreign styles. What future can we expect from an uncontrolled growth of the small, the ugly, and the foreign? … Continue reading
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