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NATIONAL ARTISTS

FILIPINO ARCHITECTS
+ F A M O U S W O R K S
FOR ARCHITECTURE
( 1973 – 1976 – 1990 – 2006 – 2014 – 2018)

JUAN F. NAKPIL
(1973)

 “DEAN OF FILIPINO
QUIAPO CHURCH UP DILIMAN QUEZON HALL QUEZON INSTITUTE
ARCHITECTS”
MANILA CITY QUEZON CITY QUEZON CITY
 GAIETY & CAPITOL THEATER
BAROQUE INTERNATIONAL STYLE ART DECO

PABLO S. ANTONIO
(1976)

 PIONEER OF MODERN
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY IDEAL THEATER MANILA POLO CLUB
PHILIPPINE ARCHITECTURE
MANILA CITY MANILA CITY MAKATI CITY
 GALAXY & LIFE THEATER
ART DECO ART DECO ART DECO

LEANDRO V. LOCSIN
(1990)

CCP
FOLK ARTS THEATER

 “Creating architecture that is


PICC
both modern & undeniably
ISTANA NURUL IMAN CCP COMPLEX BUILDINGS
Filipino.”
B.S.B., BRUNEI PASAY CITY SOFITEL PHL. PLAZA
 “FLOATING VOLUME”
BRUNEI’S ISLAMIC & MALAY BRUTALISM / FLOATING VOL. (FOR. THE WESTIN HOTEL)

CHURCH OF HOLY SACRIFICE *NEW


UPD, QUEZON CITY NINOY AQUINO INT’L AIRPORT MAKATI STOCK EXCHANGE AYALA MUSEUM (OLD)
MODERN ; FIRST THIN-SHELL PASAY CITY MAKATI CITY MAKATI CITY
CONCRETE DOME CONSTRN. BRUTALISM BRUTALISM
ILDEFONSO P. SANTOS, JR. NOTABLE
(2006)
LANDSCAPING WORKS:

 PACO PARK
 RIZAL PARK
 CCP COMPLEX
 LOYOLA MEMORIAL PARK
 NAYONG PILIPINO
 MANILA HOTEL
 “FATHER OF PHILIPPINE  BANTAYOG NG MGA BAYANI
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE”  CALIRAYA LAKE RESORT
TAGAYTAY HIGHLANDS GOLF THE ORCHARD GOLF
 PARKS, PLAZAS, GARDENS &  BATULAO VILLAGE CLUB & COUNTRY CLUB & COUNTRY CLUB
OTHER OUTDOOR SETTINGS
TAGAYTAY CITY DASMARIÑAS, CAVITE

JOSE MARIA V. ZARAGOZA


(2014)

*NEW
 PILLAR OF MODERN
ARCHITECTURE IN THE PHL
SANTO DOMINGO CHURCH MERALCO BUILDING COMM. BANK & TRUST CO.
 WORKS PREDOMINATED BY
QUEZON CITY PASIG CITY ESCOLTA, MANILA
45 CHURCHES & REL. CTRS.
SPANISH MODERN BRAZILIAN INFLUENCED LATINO LINES/ BRAZILIAN INF.

FRANCISCO “BOBBY” MANOSA


(2018)

 PIONEER OF PHILIPPINE
NEOVERNACULAR ARCHT.
 “Architecture must be true to COCONUT PALACE SAN MIGUEL BUILDING OUR LADY OF PEACE SHRINE
itself, its land and its people.” PASAY CITY PASIG CITY EDSA, QUEZON CITY
 “I only design Filipino.” FILIPINO FILIPINO FILIPINO

FELIX ROXAS y ARROYO


OTHER NOTABLE WORKS:

 BAMBOO ORGAN CHURCH


 14 STATIONS – LRT LINE 1
 AMANPULO RESORT
 PEARL FARM RESORT
 LA MESA WATERSHED
RESORT & ECOLOGICAL PK.
 QC CIRCLE DEVELOPMENT  Recognized as the first practicing
Filipino architect *OLD
LANAO DEL NORTE  Employed by the Spanish SANTO DOMINGO CHURCH
PROVINCIAL CAPITOL Government as the Municipal INTRAMUROS, MANILA
Architect of Manila
FILIPINO GOTHIC

AMERICAN COLONIAL
PERIOD ARCHITECTS
AYUNTAMIENTO DE MANILA SAN IGNACIO CHURCH
INTRAMUROS, MANILA INTRAMUROS, MANILA
NEOCLASSICAL NEOCLASSICAL
JUAN M. ARELLANO

*W/ TOMÁS MAPÚA


 One of the first four pensionados NATIONAL MUSEUM
in architecture sent to US
METROPOLITAN THEATER (LEGISLATIVE BUILDING) POST OFFICE BUILDING
 Worked under Frederick Law MANILA CITY MANILA CITY MANILA CITY
Olmstead Jr. & William Parsons
ART DECO NEOCLASSICAL NEOCLASSICAL
OTHER NOTABLE WORKS:
ARCADIO ARELLANO
 CEBU PROVINCIAL CAPITOL
 NEGROS PROV. CAPITOL
 SUPREME COURT
 JONES BRIDGE
 VILLAMOR HALL, UP-MNL
 LANDSCAPING OF THE FF:
o PADRE BURGOS AVE.
o HARRISON PARK
o ROXAS BOULEVARD  Worked under Gov. W.H. Taft as
o NORTH & SOUTH his private consulting architect
RIZAL MEMORIAL STADIUM GOTA DE LECHE BUILDING
PORT AREAS
MANILA CITY
o MALACAÑANG GROUNDS  Brother of Juan Arellano SAMPALOC, MANILA
ART DECO ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

ANTONIO TOLEDO

MAUSOLEUM OF THE  One of the first four pensionados


in architecture sent to US
VETERANS OF REVOLUTION BAHAY NAKPIL-BAUTISTA
MANILA CITY QUIAPO, MANILA  One of the first 10 Filipino MANILA CITY HALL
licensed architects
NEOCLASSICAL BAHAY NA BATO NEOCLASSICAL

CARLOS BARETTO

 The first pensionado in


architecture sent to US
DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM
RIZAL PARK, MANILA LEYTE PROVINCIAL CAPITOL  Second licensed Filipino architect MANILA CARNIVAL
NEOCLASSICAL NEOCLASSICAL ART DECO

TOMÁS B. MAPÚA

 First registered & licensed


Filipino architect
ST. LA SALLE HALL – DLSU CENTRO ESCOLAR UNIVERSITY ADUANA DE ILOILO
 One of the first four pensionados TAFT AVE., MANILA MENDIOLA., MANILA ILOILO CITY
in architecture sent to US
NEOCLASSICAL NEOCLASSICAL
ANDRES LUNA DE SAN PEDRO

*First air-conditioned bldg. in PH


 Son of the painter Juan Luna
 Assigned as the city architect of CRYSTAL ARCADE BUILDING LEGARDA ELEM. SCHOOL FIRST UNITED BUILDING
Manila from 1920-1924 ESCOLTA, MANILA SAMPALOC, MANILA ESCOLTA, MANILA
ART DECO VICTORIAN STYLE ART DECO

FERNANDO H. OCAMPO

*W/ ANDRES LUNA D.S.P.


 Also a civil engineer
 Second generation of Filipino MANILA CATHEDRAL REGINA BUILDING CALVO BUILDING
architects INTRAMUROS, MANILA ESCOLTA, MANILA ESCOLTA, MANILA
NEO-ROMANESQUE NEOCLASSICAL BEAUX-ARTS BEAUX-ARTS

WILLIAM E. PARSONS
(AMERICAN)

MANILA HOTEL PACO RAILWAY STATION PHILIPPINE GEN. HOSPITAL


 Architect & city planner RIZAL PARK, MANILA PACO, MANILA TAFT AVE., MANILA
CALIFORNIA MISSION STYLE NEOCLASSICAL NEOCLASSICAL

DANIEL H. BURNHAM
(AMERICAN) NOTABLE WORKS:

 MANILA CITY PLAN


 BAGUIO CITY PLAN


BURNHAM PARK
MANILA HOTEL LANDSCAPE
POST-WAR PERIOD


P.G.H. LANDSCAPE
POST OFFICE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
 ARMY-NAVY CLUB
LANDSCAPE
 Architect & urban planner

FEDERICO ILUSTRE

 Worked as draftsman for


Juan Nakpil
QUEZON MEMORIAL SHRINE OLD G.S.I.S. BUILDING NATIONAL PLANETARIUM
 Worked for Bureau of Public QUEZON CITY MANILA CITY MANILA CITY
Works
ART DECO NEOCLASSICAL + MODERN
CESAR H. CONCIO

PALMA & MELCHOR HALL


UP-D, QUEZON CITY
INTERNATIONAL STYLE
 Third generation of
Filipino architects INSULAR LIFE BUILDING CHURCH OF THE RISEN LORD OTHER:
 Chief architect of the MAKATI CITY UP-D, QUEZON CITY BACLARAN CHURCH
UP Diliman Campus ART DECO INTERNATIONAL STYLE PARAÑAQUE CITY

ANGEL E. NAKPIL

*Considered as the first skyscraper


 Third generation of in the Philippines
Filipino architects NATIONAL PRESS CLUB PLDT - FORMER HEAD OFFICE
 Nephew of Juan Nakpil INTRAMUROS, MANILA MAKATI CITY PICACHE BUILDING
QUIAPO, MANILA

OTILIO A. ARELLANO

 Son of Arcadio Arellano;


nephew of Juan Arellano
NBI BUILDING PALACIO DEL GOBERNADOR PHILIPPINE PAVILION (1964)
 Represented Philippines in some TAFT AVE., MANILA INTRAMUROS, MANILA NEW YORK WORLD EXHIBITION
international expositions
ROMAN “SALAKOT”

FELIPE M. MENDOZA

 Third generation of CHURCH OF THE


Filipino architects PHILIPPINE VETERANS BANK
BATASANG PAMBANSA LATTER DAY SAINTS
 Also a physical planner BATASAN HILLS, QUEZON CITY QUEZON CITY INTRAMUROS, MANILA
BRUTALISM MODERN SIX-SPIRE DESIGN

GABRIEL P. FORMOSO

 Third generation of
Filipino architects
BANGKO SENTRAL NG PILIPINAS PACIFIC STAR BUILDING MANILA PENINSULA HOTEL
 Most popular architect of posh MANILA CITY MAKATI CITY MAKATI CITY
Makati village residences
BRUTALISM SPANISH INSPIRED BRUTALISM
CARLOS D. ARGUELLES

 Leading proponent of
“International Style”
architecture in the Philippines ABS-CBN BROADCASTING CENTER PHILAM LIFE BUILDING MANILA PAVILION HOTEL
in the 1960s QUEZON CITY MANILA CITY (FOR. “MANILA HILTON”)
NEO-MODERN INTERNATIONAL STYLE MANILA CITY

CARLOS A. SANTOS-VIOLA

 Known for designing churches for


Iglesia ni Cristo (INC)
 Worked in the office of IGLESIA NI CRISTO INC CENTRAL TEMPLE ERMITA CHURCH
Juan Nakpil CUBAO, QUEZON CITY DILIMAN, QUEZON CITY (NUESTRA SEÑORA DE GUIA)
NEO-GOTHIC NEO-GOTHIC MODERN

ANTONIO S. SINDIONG

 Pioneer in designing high-rise


buildings in the Philippines

NOTABLE WORKS:
 THE RITZ TOWERS
 PACIFIC PLAZA CONDO.
 THE METROBANK PLAZA
 ALI MALL II
 MORMON TEMPLE, Q.C. HARRISON PLAZA SM MEGAMALL FARMERS PLAZA
MALATE, MANILA MANDALUYONG CITY CUBAO, QUEZON CITY
(W/ ARQUITECTONICA)

JORGE Y. RAMOS

NOTABLE WORKS:
PHILIPPINE HEART CENTER GSIS COMPLEX THE GOLDEN MOSQUE
 ZAMBOANGA INT’L. AIRPORT
EAST AVE., QUEZON CITY PASAY CITY (MASJID AL-DAHAB)
 ZAMBOANGA CONV. CTR.
BRUTALISM BRUTALISM QUIAPO, MANILA

ROQUE RUANO FROILAN L. HONG

 A Spanish priest-civil engineer  Expertise in Housing &


 UST Main Building – the first Community Planning
earthquake-shock resistant UST MAIN BUILDING  Introduced “Forensic MANILA FILM CENTER
building in Asia ESPAÑA, MANILA Architecture” in the Philippine CCP COMPLEX, PASAY
RENAISSANCE REVIVAL architecture scene BRUTALISM
ALFREDO J. LUZ LUIS MARIA ARANETA NOTABLE WORKS:
 TIMES THEATER
QUIAPO, MANILA
 MANILA DOCTOR’S HOSP.
U.N. AVENUE, MANILA
 MAKATI MEDICAL CENTER
 SANTA CATALINA COLLEGE
NOTABLE WORKS:  Design was heavily influenced by LEGARDA, MANILA
 WORLD HEALTH ORG. – U.N. the clean lines of the 1960s
RAMON MAGSAYSAY CENTER  BOTANICA BOIE BUILDING
AVENUE, MANILA
MALATE, MANILA  “visual concept for healing
ESCOLTA, MANILA
 IRRI (w/ Carlos Arguelles) the sick”
BRUTALISM

CRESENCIANO DE CASTRO NOTABLE WORKS: DOLLY QUIMBO-PEREZ NOTABLE


 SHOEMART BUILDINGS LANDSCAPING WORKS:
MANILA
 LIBINGAN NG MGA BAYANI
 ASIAN DEV’T BANK FORT BONIFACIO, TAGUIG
(NOW : DFA BUILDING)
ROXAS BLVD., MANILA  CHILDREN’S PARK
UP-D, QUEZON CITY
 MINDANAO STATE UNIV.
MARAWI CITY  MERALCO COMPOUND
ORTIGAS, PASIG CITY
 Known for his design of buildings  PHILIPPINE NUCLEAR  First female landscape architect
that have scientific and RESEARCH INSTITUTE in the Philippines  MANILA POLO CLUB
technological uses like PNRI and DILIMAN, QUEZON CITY  “Mother of Landscape MAKATI CITY
the Philippine Science HS Architecture”

NOTABLE INTERIOR WORKS:


LORENZO “LOR” CALMA RECIO + CASAS
 DEV’T BANK OF THE PHILS. (JOSE PEDRO “BONG” RECIO NOTABLE WORKS:
BUENDIA, MAKATI & CARMELO “MELOY” CASAS)  CHURCH OF GESU
 PHIL. NATIONAL BANK ADMU, QUEZON CITY
ESCOLTA, MANILA  THE MANOR
 SILAHIS HOTEL CAMP JOHN HAY, BAGUIO
ROXAS BLVD., MANILA  LKG TOWER - MAKATI
 BENGUET CENTER (W/ KOHN PEDERSEN FOX)

 Founding partner of the MANDALUYONG CITY  PACIFIC TOWERS PLAZA


 Known for the high-rise
Philippine School of Interior residential buildings they BGC, TAGUIG CITY
Design (PSID)  MIDTOWN RAMADA HOTEL
designed
MANILA CITY

OTHER NOTABLE WORKS:


WILLIAM V. COSCOLLUELA
 TUTUBAN CENTER CMPLX.
DIVISORIA, MANILA
 ROBINSONS COMM. CMPLX.
ORTIGAS, PASIG CITY
 AYALA TWIN TOWERS
MAKATI CITY
 WACK WACK TWIN TOWERS
 One of the pillars of Philippine MANDALUYONG CITY
architecture; practiced for over PHILAM LIFE TOWER RCBC PLAZA
50 years MAKATI CITY MAKATI CITY  THE ATRIUM
(w/ Skidmore, Owings & Merill) (w/ Skidmore, Owings & Merill) MAKATI CITY

FELINO A. PALAFOX JR. NOTABLE WORKS:


GENARO PALACIOS
 ROCKWELL CENTER (SPANISH)
MAKATI CITY
 FORBES TOWER
MAKATI CITY
 MANILA CLUP & ZONING
 PASIG RIVER
REHABILITATION PLAN
 An architect & urban planner  Spanish architect of the only all-
 Worked as a Senior Architect &  MAKATI STREETSCAPES steel church in the Philippines SAN SEBASTIAN CHURCH
Planner for the Dubai gov’t. QUIAPO, MANILA
Neo-Gothic/ Gothic Revival