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October 31, 2017
With numerous building and development projects going on nationwide, the landscape of the country is continually changing -- malls and condominium buildings are taking over the city skylines new roads are being paved to make way for more cars, and new reosrts and hotels are beginning to line the coast.
July 5, 2017
Lifestyle Asia Game Changers: Have You Met these 30 Millennials Making a Difference in the World?
Rebecca, or Rica to her friends, always knew she wanted to be an architect. Her grandfather was in the cement industry and both her parents were developers. Growing up in that environment, she knew her calling lay in the path of creating buildings and landmarks from scratch.
December 23, 2016
The Philippine Star
Rewarding Filipino and Asian talent in architecture and interior design
The Asia Young Designer Award (AYDA) organized by Nippon Paint is a trendsetting program that has grown in the past nine years to encompass the best of local talents from 15 countries -- Malaysia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan, Thailand, Korea, China, Singapore, Vietnam, India, Taiwan, Japan, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, and of course the Philippines.
July 30, 2017
The Philipine Star
A game changer in architecture
In November 2016, 26-year old Rebecca Plaza won the gold medal in the architecture catergory and the title of Asia's Young Designer at the 2016 Asia Young Design Award (AYDA). Her winning piece, "Project Noah", is an architectural study for a drug rehabilitation center with a farming facility which is representative of ther penchant for using her creative talent to hatch
January 16, 2017
Future architects and interior designers awarded
THE prestigious Asia Young Designer Award (AYDA), on its third year, just concluded recently with the theme “Be Bold, Be Free, Be You”. The gold winner, who will represent the country in Indonesia, was awarded to Maria Rebecca Plaza from National University with the design “Project Noah”.
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