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25 May 2019

The Philippine Star

Beautiful builder

MANILA, Philippines — Architect Rebecca Plaza radiates with passion that magnifies the power of her thoughts, vision and character. Her honest eloquence and strength of words bring forth her message.

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5 February 2019

The Philippine Daily Inquirer

Why is Philippine architecture lagging behind?

Studying in Britain and then pursuing a postgraduate degree in Hong Kong, architect Rebecca Plaza would come home to the Philippines and see changes in the skyline.

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31 January 2019

Philippine Tatler

Anthology Fest 2019 to Touch on Impact of Architecture on Modern Living

Now on its fourth year, the annual architecture and design festival aims to raise awareness on how architecture and proper design can make a difference on the global urban scene.

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14 February 2019

Anthology 2019

Fourth Anthology Festival Opens

Hosted by Plaza + Partners, the annual 3-day event launches at Fort Santiago in Intramuros.

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5 February 2019

Arch Daily

2019 Anthology Architecture and Design Festival Set to Open in Manila

“Through Anthology Festival, we aim to bring global ideas to the local context, in the hope of building better, future-ready cities,” says Rebecca Plaza, the Festival Director and Managing Director of Plaza + Partners Inc. “Architecture is the most public and socially dangerous art: we can switch off the television or close a book, but we cannot ignore our built environment."

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1 January 2019

Business Mirror

Anthology Architecture and Design Festival 2019

EVER since I have met Architect William Ti, I have always been stuck by his sense of passion for serving his country through design and architecture. 

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5 February 2019

People Asia

The “Coachella” of architecture unfolds at Fort Santiago

Considered as the “mother of all arts,” architecture affects us directly since we spend 90 percent of our lives indoors. And as the country is poised to embark on its most ambitious infrastructure program in decades, several leading Filipino architects respond to architecture’s looming importance by organizing the fourth annual “Anthology.” Everybody, including non-architects, is welcome.​

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4 February 2019

Business Mirror

Architecture’s biggest stars align for a music festival-inspired ‘celebration’

Renowned global and local architects and experts in related fields converge for Anthology Architecture and Design Festival 2019 from February 15 to 17 at Fort Santiago in Intramuros, Manila.