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VALUE HIGH/Very MEDIUM CONTRIBUTORY/Low

URBAN -It has a high degree of impact to the -Its degree of impact is significant to a certain -Its degree of impact is significant to a minority
community due to its clear identity and sector of the community in the community
“sense of place” - There are difficulties in locating the site but can - The historical structure is hard to find.
- The historic district/area is accessible be manageable. -The historical structures are scattered and not
and can be easily located -The historic structures in the district are not in one place.
- The historic structures are intact very concentrated in an area -The new structures do not relate to the
together with other historic structures; -Some new structures respect the historic historic structures.
the historic structures comprise a historic district. -The historic district is dangerous for activities.
district. -Activities can be held but only few are
- The new structures respect the historic organized.
district in terms of its height, texture, and
density
- The historic district is pedestrian
friendly and has a lively environment.
AESTHETIC -The building is eye-catching -It is slightly maintained -It is not eye-catching
-It is very recognizable and it shows a -Although weakly recognizable, somehow the -It has little or no maintenance at all
very clear representation of its architectural style still resembles -It shows an unclear representation of the
architecture during its time -It contains little unnecessary markings. architecture during its time
-It is clean and fully- maintained -It has a lot of unnecessary markings and has
-It shows no unnecessary markings meaningless deteriorations.
-It is surrounded by a pleasant
environment
-the building fits in the setting of the
urban fabric
-it shows sentimental deterioration.
TECHNICAL -The method of construction used is -The construction method used is a transition -The construction method is common today
unique and reflects the past customs, between old and new construction techniques. and leans more on modern technology and
social and religious practices of the past. -The structure may have potential to become an materials already.
-The structure has a very high potential archaeological site. -The structure has low potential to become an
to become an archaeological site due to archaeological site.
existing archaeological evidences like
excavated Chinese ceramics, and etc.
SOCIAL -Source of Basic Needs -Limited to the immediate community because -It is only significant or known to the people
-Source of livelihood the place is not very known who knows the owners the place
-Gathering place of the people in the -It is only significant or known to the people
community or the locals who knows what the place offers / provides

HISTORIC -If the structure has been influenced by a -If the structure has been influenced by a -No Historic events
historical event that helped shape the historical event that helped shape the -No Historic Themes
evolution of the whole nation (Macro) evolution of the city (Micro) -Representative of Post American
-If the structure has been influenced by -If the structure has been influenced by occupation and later
someone who is known nationwide someone who is known locally
-If the structure influenced the culture of -If the structure influenced the culture
the whole nation
locally.
-Representative of Spanish
-Representative of American occupation
Colonization