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BUILDING

MAKATI AREA:

ARCHITECT

ADDRESS

points to remember :)

Ayala Ave., Makati (cor.


Paseo de Roxas)
Ayala
Ave.,
Makati
GF and Partners
(between Rustan's and
Shangrila Hotel Makati)
Leandro
Locsin/ Ayala Ave., Makati (cor.
SOM
Paseo de Roxas)

BPI Ayala Ave.

Engracio Mariano

6750 Ayala
Ayala Tower One

Makati Stock Exchange


Building also Philippine Leandro V. Locsin
Stock Exchange Building
Wong Teng and
Enterprise Building
Partners
Insular Life Ayala

Cesar Concio

PLDT Tower Ayala

Medi Nasrabadi

(PLDT)
Ramon
Leandro Locsin
Cojuangco Building

Ayala Ave., Makati (next


to Ayala Tower One)
Ayala Ave., Makati (cor.
Paseo de Roxas)
Ayala Ave., Makati (cor.
Paseo de Roxas)
Ayala Ave., Makati
Ayala Ave., Makati (cor.
Makati Ave. in front of
Shangrila)
Ayala Ave., Makati
Ayala Ave., Makati
Ayala Ave., Makati
Ayala Ave., Makati
Ayala Ave., Makati

LKG Tower
Manila Peninsula
Prudential Bank Ayala
RCBC
Plaza
(Yuchengco)
Ritz Towers

Recio Casas/ KPF


Gabriel Formoso
Gabriel Formoso
William
Coscolluela/ SOM
Antonio Sindiong

Pacific Plaza

Antonio Sindiong

Ayala Ave., Makati (near


2 towers
EDSA)

Rufino Tower

Adrian Wilson

Rufino Plaza or Rufino Pacific Tower, tallest


skyscraper in 1996, currently 34th tallest bldg,
6784
Ayala
Avenue tallest steel framed bldg. 200m high 41 storeys 8
corner V.A. Rufino Street level radio tower. Double glazed exterior, unitized
in Makati City.
curtain walls faade, reflects fusion of art and
function. interiors elegant glass natural stone and
metal

Rufino Building
Shangrila Hotel Ayala
Ateneo
Professional
Schools Building
Atrium
Greenbelt
Greenbelt 2
Greenbelt Chapel
Oakwood Hotel (now
Ascott)

Juan Nakpil
GF and Partners

Philamlife Tower
BA Lepanto
China Bank Building
Asian
Institute
Management

Ayala Ave., Makati


130 H.V. dela Costa,
Salcedo Village, Makati
William Coscolluela Makati Ave., Makati
GF and Partners
Makati Ave., Makati
Recio Casas
Makati Ave., Makati
Leandro Locsin
Makati Ave., Makati
GF and Partners /
Glorietta 4, Makati
SOM
Paseo de Roxas, Makati
William
(near cor. Ayala Ave.
Coscolluela/ SOM next to Insular Life
Ayala)
Gabriel Formoso
Paseo de Roxas, Makati
Anonio Sindiong
Paseo de Roxas, Makati
Franciso Maosa

of

Gabriel Formoso
Paseo de Roxas, Makati
Vicente
C.
Citibank Tower
Rodriguez/ Medi A. Paseo de Roxas, Makati
Nasrabadi
Doa Narcisa De Leon
Gabriel Formoso
Paseo de Roxas, Makati gone. Now Equitable PCI Bank Tower
Building
New
World
Hotel
Engracio Mariano
Pasay Road, Makati
(Renaissance)
Hotel
Nikko
Manila
Gabriel Formoso
Pasay Road, Makati
Garden (Dusit Hotel)
Chino
Roces
Ave
King's Court II
Rogelio Villarosa
(Pasong Tamo) near
Amorsolo St. Makati
Salcedo Village (near
Makati Sports Club
Rogelio Villarosa
Salcedo Park)
PLDT Dela Rosa
Angel Nakpil
Dela Rosa St. Makati
Shangrila Grand Tower
Recio Casas
Dela Rosa St. Makati
Otilio
Arellano/ Buendia
(Gil
Puyat
RCBC Buendia
Felipe Mendoza
Ave.), Makati
Buendia
(Gil
Ave.), Makati

Metrobank Buendia

Antonio Sindiong

Pacific Star

Buendia
(Gil
Gabriel P. Formoso Ave.),
Makati
Makati Ave.)

The Columns Buendia

RMJM

Development Bank of the


Carlos Arguelles
Philippines
Le Metropole

Antonio Sindiong

St. Andrews Church

Leandro Locsin

Amorsolo
Square
Palafox/ SOM
(Amorsolo East West)
Coco Bank Makati
Gabriel Formoso
Don Bosco Chapel

Puyat
Puyat
(cor.

Buendia
(Gil
Puyat
Ave.), Makati
Buendia
(Gil
Puyat
Ave.), Makati
Buendia
(Gil
Puyat
Ave.),
Makati
cor
Tordesillas
Reposo
Nicanor
Makati

St.
Garcia

(now
St.),

Amorsolo St. Makati


(Rockwell)
near Mandarin Hotel
Don
Bosco
Makati,
Jose Ma. Zaragoza
Pasong Tamo, Makati

Pablo
Sr.

Manila Polo Club

Colegio de San Agustin


Galleria De Magallanes
Magallanes Church

S. Antonio

The Manila Polo Club moved to Makati when it


gave up its bayside location to join the exodus to a
new suburb touted as the fresh alternative to wartorn central Manila. board enlisted the talents of
Pablo Antonio Sr. as architect. Antonio designed a
horizontal complex with large assembly hall-cumlobby and commodious spaces for dining, lounging
and viewing the polo games. The design evoked
an elegant lifestyle that set the trend for the homes
that eventually rose around it. Antonio used the
best Philippine wood and stone and also set the
buildings tastefully in a landscape setting designed
by planner and landscape architect Louis P. Croft,
who was an adviser to President Manuel Quezon
before the war. The long sinuous and dramatic
drive from McKinley to the steps of the clubhouse
is part of his contribution.

Forbes Park, Makati

Maosa Brothers
Forbes Park, Makati
William Coscolluela Lapu-lapu Ave, Makati
Leandro
Locsin/
Magallanes
Dominic Galicia

MANILA
666ft/ 203m, tallest building along Roxas
boulevard and one of the highest residencial
1322 Roxas Boulevard,
condominium in the world. golden glass facing
Manila, Philippines
Manila Bay and United States Embassy compound
in Manila.

1322 Roxas

GF and Partners

Admiral Apartments
Cultural Center of the
Philippines
CCP Theater
Boulevard-Alhambra
Building now Bel-Air
Apartments

Fernando Ocampo Roxas Blvd, Manila


Leandro V. Locsin

Roxas Blvd, Manila

Leandro V. Locsin

Roxas Blvd, Manila

Pablo
Sr.

Imelda Marcos project

S. Antonio Roxas Blvd, Manila 9cor designed and constructed in 1937 by National
UN ave)
Artist Pablo Antonio.

Bayview Hotel

built in 1935, still stands at the corner of UN


Avenue and Roxas Boulevard.

Roxas Blvd, Manila

Department of Finance
Antonio Toledo
Roxas Blvd, Manila
Department of Foreign Cresencio
De
Roxas Blvd, Manila
Affairs ADB
Castro
Bangko
Central
Metropolitan Museum
Gabriel Formoso
Complex, Roxas Blvd.
Manila
PICC
Roxas
Blvd,
Coconut Palace
Francisco Maosa
Manila
PICC
Leandro V. Locsin CCP, Manila
CCP, Manila seen from
Philippine Plaza (Sofitel) Leandro V. Locsin
World Trade Center
Manila Film Center/ Film
Froilan Hong
CCP, Manila
Center of the Philippines

Folk Arts
Tanghalang
Balagtas

Theater /
Francisco Leandro V. Locsin

CCP, Manila

GSIS Building CCP

Jorge Ramos

CCP, Manila

National Arts Center

Leandro Locsin

CCP Manila

PHILCITE

Leandro Locsin
CCP, Manila
Carlos
Arguelles/
CCP Manila
Gabriel Formoso

Manila Hilton

Fort San
Abad

Antonio

Built at about the same time as the Cultural Center


of the Philippines, the Folk Arts Theater (also
known as Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas) was
intended as a venue for popular forms of
entertainment such as local folk dances and
performances by visiting pop stars. The building is
a semi-open auditorium without walls or air
conditioning (presumably, the breeze blowing
inland from nearby Manila Bay was expected to do
the job), and was actively used in the 1980s and
early 1990s. Having been superseded by the
better-equipped
Philippine
International
Convention Center (PICC), it has now entered into
a comparatively fallow period.

Fort San Antonio Abad de Abad, a fortress built in


the 16th century during the Spanish colonial
period, to guard against pirates and other
near
unwanted company. In modern times, Fort Abad
serves as a special venue for receptions for visiting
dignitaries and guests of the Philippine
Government.

De Gabriel
Formoso near A. Roxas;
(preservation)
Roxas Blvd

Nuestra Seora de Guia

Carlos Santos-Viola

Ermita
Blvd

Magsaysay Center
Central Bank of the
Philippines
Grand Boulevard Hotel
(Silahis Int'l)
Holiday Inn (Trader's
Hotel)
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Museo Pambata (Elks
Club Building)

Alfredo Luz

Roxas Blvd, Manila

Gabriel Formoso

Roxas Blvd. Manila

Rogelio Villarosa

Roxas Blvd, Manila

Carlos Arguelles
Leandro V. Locsin

Roxas Blvd, Manila


Roxas Blvd, Manila

William Parsons

Roxas Blvd, Manila

Manila Hotel
Monterey Apartment

Manila,

Roxas

William
Parsons/
Roxas Blvd, Manila
Leandro V. Locsin
Pablo S. Antonio
Roxas Blvd, Manila
Sr.

Manila Midtown Hotel


Baclaran Church (Mother
of
Perpetual
Help
Church)
Manila
International
Airport (NAIA 1)
Philippine Airlines Bldg
Galaxy Theater
Ideal Theater

Arcenas, Payumo &


Harrison Plaza, Manila
Andrews
Baclaran, Roxas Blvd.,
Cesar Concio
Manila
Leandro Locsin

Paraaque

Jose Ma. Zaragoza Pasay


Pablo S. Antonio
Avenida, Manila
Sr.
Pablo S. Antonio
Sr.
quiapo church, plaza
Picache Building
Angel Nakpil
miranda
plaza goiti, now plaza
Philippine Trust Building
Juan Nakpil
lacson, near quiapo
(Plaza Goiti)
church
Quiapo Church
Juan Nakpil
Quiapo Manila
PNB Escolta
Carlos Arguelles
Escolta, Manila

Avenue Theater

Juan Nakpil

a grand Art Deco structure that provided


entertainment for generations of Manilans. 1930s,
a landmark building that helped define Manila's
downtown Avenida Rizal. Named after the street
it was on, one of the premier movie houses of
Manila. Nakpil designed it as a cutting-edge
cinema before the war and he renovated it after
the war to cater to new technologies of airconditioning, Technicolor and wide screens.

Avenida, Manila

Jose Ma. Zaragoza San Luis St. Manila

Among the oldest private clubs in the country, a


respected Manila institution. done in the fluid
"Filipino-California-Spanish
style,"
a
hybrid
architectural style popular during the post-World
War II years, a low single-story structure whose
arched loggias spread around a shaded interior
courtyard, one of the last surviving Manila
structures from that forgotten era.

Instituto Cervantes

Galvan

San Luis St. Manila

Erected on Casino Espaol property, the new


building located on the far side of the existing club
quadrangle is architecture of the 21st century, a
structure in total contrast with the Zaragoza
building on the other side of the shared
quadrangle. Contrasting with the arches of the
Casino's loggia, a two-story all-glass wall looking
out to the quadrangle from behind a covered open
walk connecting classrooms on the ground floor
and exposing the library above. Although no details
in the new building mimic the old Zaragoza
structure beside it, there is full architectural respect
between the two structures.

Ambassador Hotel

Fernando Ocampo

Mabini
Manila

Arguelles Building
Paterno Building Sta.
Cruz
Army Navy Club
Assumption Convent
Capitol Theater
Ever Theater
Galaxy Theater
Lyric Theater
Ideal Theater
GSIS Building
PerezSamanillo
Building
Petrona Apartments
Captain Luis Gonzaga
Building
Captain Pepe Building

Fernando Ocampo Avenida Rizal, Manila


one of FO's commercial projects
MacArthur
Bridge,
Fernando Ocampo
Avenida Rizal, Manila
William Parsons
Manila
Juan Hervas
herran, manila
Juan Nakpil
Escolta, Manila
Juan Nakpil
manila
Pablo S. Antonio
Sr.
Antonio Toleda
Escolta, Manila
Pablo S. Antonio
Sr.
Federico Ilustre
Arroceros St. Manila
Andres Luna de Santa Cruz Manila, near
San Pedro
Santa Cruz Church
Angel Nakpil
O'Donell st. Santa Cruz
Pablo S. Antonio
Sr.
Juan Nakpil

Cebe Plaza Building

Antonio Sindiong

Metropolitan Museum

Gabriel Formoso

Bangko
Central
Complex, Roxas Blvd.
Manila

Metropolitan Theater

Juan Arellano

near SM Manila

Mehan Garden

Otilio Arellano

near SM Manila

Museo ng Maynila

William Parsons

near SM Manila

Manila City Hall

Antonio Toledo

near SM Manila

National Library

Jose Ma. Zaragoza near SM Manila

Post Office Building

Juan Arellano

near SM Manila

Planetarium

Federico Ilustre

near SM Manila

Casino Espaol

St.

views of Greater Manila and Manila Bay. Along with


Malate, true Filipino hospitality, guests will find a 16th floor
revolving discotheque, roof-top swimming pool and
bar and a variety of cuisine.

gone

National Museum (Old Juan


Arellano/
near SM Manila
Legislative Building)
Toledo/Duane
Andres Luna de
San Pedro
Andres Luna de
Regina Building
San Pedro
Philippine
Normal
William
Parsons
School/
Philippine
and Antonio Toledo
Normal University
Crystal Arcade

Escolta, Manila
Escolta,
Manila
cor
Burke
near SM Manila along
Taft Ave.

gone

De La Salle University

Tomas B. Mapua

Taft Ave. Manila

Nurses Home (PGH)

Tomas B. Mapua

Taft Ave, Manila

PGH

William
Parsons/
Taft Ave, Manila
Leandro V. Locsin

National
Burieau
Investigation

of

Manila Astral Tower

Otilio Arellano

Taft Ave, Manila

Cesar Canchela

1330 Taft Ave., cor.


Padre Faura Ermita

Department of Tourism
(agriculture
and Antonio Toledo
commerce)
Manila Doctors Hospital Luis Araneta
Philam Life UN Ave.
Carlos Arguelles
Ramon
Roces Pablo
Publications Building
Sr.

Taft Ave, Manila


UN Ave. Manila
UN Ave. Manila

S. Antonio Soler cor


Quiapo

Calero

Pablo S. Antonio
Morayta, Manila
Sr.
Felipe Mendoza
Morayta, Manila
Gabriel Formoso
Espaa, Manila

FEU Building
FEU Hospital
PLDT Espaa

a heritage site in itself, especially with its circa


1930-1949 Art Deco

Gota De Leche

Crossing
over
from
Espaa to Morayta, just
around the corner from
the
Far
Eastern
Arcadio
Arellano/
University, is the newly
Juan Arellano
restored historic Gota de
Leche building at 859
Lepanto Street (now S.
H. Loyola)

Far
East
Bank
Intramuros
Manila Cathedral
Manila Highschool
Palacio del Gobernador

Alfredo Luz
Fernando Ocampo
Juan Hervas
Otilio Arellano

National Press Club

Angel Nakpil

Intramuros, Manila
Intramuros, Manila
Intramuros, Manila
Intramuros, Manila
Magallanes
Intramuros, Manila

Phoenix Building

San Sebastian Church, the only steel church in


Asia that was built by the Augustinian Recollect
Order in 1886. The parts were fabricated in
Calle San Sebastian Brussels, Belgium and were shipped to Manila for
(now Hidalgo St.) Manila assembly. This Gothic Revival Church was put
under NHI conservation program after having been
identified as a world endangered site plagued as it
is by years of rust caused by air pollution.

San Sebastian Church

Philippine
Columbian
Rogelio Villarosa
Clubhouse
Manila Railroad Station
Juan Hervas
Tutuban
QUEZON CITY
Antonio Sindiong/
Ali Mall
Fernando Ocampo
Araneta Coliseum
Dominador Lugtu
Ateneo
De
Manila
Felipe Mendoza
University
Batasan Pambansa
Felipe Mendoza
Melchor Hall (College of
Engineering
and Cesar Concio
Architecture)
Benitez Hall ( College of
Antonio Toledo
Education)

Paco, Manila near PNR


Tutuban Manila (near
Divisoria)
Cubao
Cubao
Katipunan
Batasan, QC
UP Diliman, QC
UP Diliman, QC

Quezon Hall (UP Admin) Juan Nakpil

UP Diliman, QC

Palma Hall (UP Arts and


Cesar Concio
Science)

UP Diliman, QC

Bonifacio Monument
of

St,

Luciano
Oliver/
Manuel
Maosa Intramuros, Manila
(restoration)
Recoletos
Street
Victorio C. Edades
Intramuros, Manila

San Agustin Church

Central Bank
Philippines

a long-forgotten Manila architectural landmark. For


its architectural value, NHI has installed a historical
marker in the building in April 2004, Gota de
Leche's second marker after its first, which
honored the pioneering and historic work of La
Proteccion de la Infancia, parent NGO of Gota de
Leche, which also spearheaded the restoration of
the building, the same building where it was
founded.The Gota de Leche, true to its name
(translated as drop of milk) has been a feeding
center for indigent children since 1907. The
original low building was designed by architect
Arcadio Arellano in 1915 and was completed two
years later in 1917. It was modeled after one of the
architecture world's icons, the Ospedale degli
Innocenti, an orphanage in Florence, designed and
built by the renowned Renaissance architect
Brunelleschi, an inspiration that well served Gota
de Leches function.Today, Gota has expanded its
services to include mothers. It is now also the
headquarters of the Kababaihan Laban sa
Karahasan Foundation, an NGO focused on
women's rights. has a canteen and an Internet
center, for students and researchers

Guillermo Tolentino
the

Gabriel Formoso

Philippine Heart Center Jorge Ramos


Children's
Memorial
Hospital / Lungsod ng Cesar Concio
Kabataan Hospital

Dulo ng EDSA (part of


QC tour)
East Ave. QC (near
Heart Center)
East Ave QC
East Ave QC (near
Quezon Ave underpass)

Philam Homes QC
Iglesia
ni
Commonwealth

Carlos Arguelles
Kristo

West Ave. QC

Carlos Santos-Viola Commonwealth Ave. QC same compound as New Era University

Quezon City Sports Club William Coscolluela

E.
Rodriguez
Sr.
Boulevard , Quezon City

Quezon Institute

Juan Nakpil

E.Rodriguez
Araneta QC

Quezon Memorial

Federico Ilustre

QC circle

Cor

ORTIGAS
/
MANDALUYONG CITY

William
Alexandra Condominium Coscolluela/
R.
Villarosa
Engracio Mariano /
Asian Development Bank
SOM

Meralco Avenue, Pasig


City
6 ADB Ave, Ortigas
Center,
Mandaluyong
City
Meralco Ave. cor. Julia
Vargas Ave., Ortigas under construction, 53 storeys
Center,
Ortigas Ave.

One Corporate Center

Philip Recto

Tiendesita's

Art Alcantara

Robinson's Galleria

William Coscolluela Ortigas Ave. EDSA

Julia Vargas, Ortigas


Center
Pedro
Pimentel/ Meralco Ave (near St.
Renaissance 1000
Medi Nasrabadi
Paul)
Vicente Rodriguez/ Meralco Ave (near St.
Renaissance 2000
Medi Nasrabadi
Paul)
Development Academy
DAP
Building,
San
Felipe Mendoza
of the Philippnes
Miguel Avenue, Pasig
Benguet Center

Leandro V. Locsin

One San Miguel

Philip Recto

San Miguel Ave, Ortigas

San Miguel Building

Maosa Brothers

San Miguel Ave, Ortigas

Discovery Suites

RR Payumo

San Miguel Ave, Ortigas


Lourdes
School
Compound, Shaw blvd
cor San Miguel Ave,
Ortigas
Tektite St. Ortigas
27 ADB Ave., Ortigas
Julia Vargas, Ortigas
Center
st. francis st. ortigas
EDSA cor. Ortigas Ave. Mama Mary sculpture by Anita Magsaysay Ho
Boni Ave. Mandaluyong
(along EDSA)
Shaw
Blvd,
Mandaluyong
Ortigas Ave.
Ortigas Ave.
Guadalupe, Makati and
Paraaque di ko alam
alin.
EDSA
all stations..

Our Lady of
Church

Lourdes

Carlos Santos-Viola

Tektite Towers
JMT Tower

Rogelio Villarosa
Francisco Maosa

SM Megamall

Antonio Sindiong

EDSA Plaza Hotel


EDSA Shrine

Rogelio Villarosa
Francisco Maosa
GF and Partners/
GT Tower
KPF
Wack-Wack Twin Towers William Coscolluela
Medical City Hospital
Francisco Maosa
Meralco Building
Jose Ma. Zaragoza
Loyola Memorial Chapel
Metro
Rail
Stations (MRT)
Mormon Temple

Transit

Club Filipino

One Beverly Place

Nick Feliciano
Francisco Maosa

Felipe Mendoza
Greenmeadows
Gabriel Formoso/
Greenhills, San Juan
Nestor Mangio

William
Coscolluela

White Cross Orphanage


Pablo
also
White
Cross
Sr.
Preventarium
FORT BONIFACIO
Bellagio 1 and 2
Essensa Tower
Serendra
ALABANG/
SOUTH
AREAS
Alabang
Golf
and
Country Club
Alabang 400
Insular Life Alabang
Las
Pias
Church
Restoration

Megaworld's very first project, One Beverly Place


is a 32-story luxury residential tower designed by
W.V. Coscolluela & Associates. , a landmark in
glass and concrete with a well-appointed entrance
V.
Annapolis St. Greenhills hall. Each three-bedroom unit is designed with
elegant patios and large windows that allow a
glimpse of the nearby Wack Wack golf course and
cityscape below. Its amenities include a swimming
pool, lounge areas and landscaped gardens.

S. Antonio 276 Santolan Road, San relief in front of the building is by Italian sculptor
Juan
Francesco Monti.

Recio Casas
Fort Bonifacio
William
Fort Bonifacio
Coscolluela/ IM Pei
GF and Partners
Fort Bonifacio

Gabriel Formoso

IM Pei inspiration: Butterfly - butterfly plan

Alabang

William Coscolluela Alabang


G and W
Alabang
Francisco Maosa

Las Pias

Mary Immculate Parish


Francisco Maosa
Church

Las Pias

Situated within a forest of mango trees, this unique


chapel is sheltered by an anahaw/cogon
combination tent roof. It is basically a suspended
roof structure and open at all sides. The anahaw
leaves used for the roof were chemically treated to
preserve the structure longer. No trees were cut
down in the site during the construction. Instead,
the church is nestled in natures bosom and the
surrounding are integrated with the church itself.
The interiors make novel use of capiz shells in the
form of doves in flight in the interior not only
illuminating the space but adding a sense of
movement that makes this place unique.

OTHER AREAS
Assumption
College
Felipe Mendoza
Antipolo
Corregidor Island
Francisco Maosa

Antipolo

Istana
(Palace
Light)

Brunei

Nurul
Iman
of Religious Leandro V. Locsin

Maya-Maya Resort
Maosa Brothers
Pearl Farm
Francisco Maosa
Negros
Occidental
Juan Arellano
Provincial Capitol
Valley Golf Club

Gabriel Formoso

Corregidor

Davao

Don Celso S. Tuason


Avenue Antipolo City

Landscaping
completed
in 1984. It cost around US$1.4 Billion
ONLY (in those days!). The total floor area is
2,152,782 sq ft. Thats 28 football fields! Whoa!
And half the size of the entire Vatican City! And if
you fancy building a pyramid as big as in Giza
you can fit 4 of those in the Istana Nurul Iman.It is
larger than the Buckingham Palace in London and
the Royal Palace in Madrid. has 1,788 rooms to
start, 257 bathrooms. It has a Throne Hall, a
banquet hall that can accommodate 4,000 guests;
a mosque that can fit 1,500 people. 5 swimming
pools, 564 chandeliers, 44 stairwells, and 18
elevatorsand central airconditioning. Istana means
"palace", Nurul means "light" and Iman means
"believe". The Istana Nurul Iman: Treasure of
Brunei, Pride of Southeast Asia.