He is consider as the “Father of Philippine Arts” because of his great works like the famous “Boniface Monument” symbolizing the Filipinos cry for freedom located in the intersection of DEEDS and Racial Avenue and “The Oblation” in UP signifying academic freedom. Architecture of: Quip Church” Juan F. Nanking (1899-1986) was a Filipino architect, teacher and a community leader. In 1973, he was named one of the National Artists for architecture, and tapped as the Dean of Filipino Architects.
He is consider as the ” Father of Philippine Architecture” “The Main Building (Tangling Bananas) of the Cultural Center of the Philippines” Leander V. Locals (August 15, 1928 – November 15, 1994) was a Filipino architect, artist, and interior designer known for his use of concrete, floating volume and simplistic design in his various projects. An avid collector, he was fond of modern minting and Chinese ceramics. He was proclaimed a National Artist of the Philippines for Architecture in 1990 by the late President Carbon C.
Aquinas. “Mary Immaculate Parish- Nature’s Church” Jose T. Masons & Associates, Architects & Planners emerged trot the original partnership Architects which is a spin off from the original partnership MIMOSA BROTHERS Architects & Planners (Manuel Jar. , Francisco and Jose) established in 1954 and responsible for projects ranging from commercial and residential buildings, conventional office, shops and factory buildings, hospitals and deiced centers, schools, industrial complexes, new communities and urban development.
In was restructured in response to increased and diversified demands, thereby creating new autonomous firms which give emphasis to respective fields of specialization. “Rockwell Center” Feline A. Palazzo, Jar. Is a prominent Filipino architect, urban planner and environmentalist. He is the Principal Architect-urban Planner, Founder, and Managing Partner of Palazzo Associates, the only Filipino and the only Southeast Asian architectural firm to first make it into the list of the world’s top 200 architectural rims compiled by the London-based World Architecture magazine.
Mr… Palazzo is in the field of planning and architecture for four decades serving both the government and private sector. As Principal Architect-urban Planner and Managing Partner of Palazzo Associates for 22 years, his major projects include architectural design of more than eight million square meters in land area in 34 countries. Aside from his duties in his architectural firm, he also serve as a member of the board of directories Asian Terminals, Inc. From 2009 to present, chaired professional and civic organizations such as PIPE, MAP and Rotary Club of Manila