The lockdown becomes the ultimate pause and reset button for this young and dynamic architecture firm. As social and economic activities came to a grinding halt because of the pandemic, the company took this as an opportunity to revisit and tweak many of its projects on the drawing board to conform with the demand of the new reality.
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.
The founder and managing director of Plaza+Partners Inc. architectural firm, 28-year-old Rebecca is inspired by her surroundings — whether through traveling, meeting new people or just by looking out her office window with an unobstructed view of the National Library in Manila.
The “Coachella” of architecture unfolds at Fort Santiago
06 Feb 2019 | People Asia
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.