Tag: environment

Are you disposing of your face masks properly?

Second year into the COVID-19 pandemic, most of us can probably already ace the proper wearing of face masks. But how about its proper disposal? “A clean...

Building for resilience, designing with nature

The Philippines is often visited by typhoons and storms. In 2013, Super Typhoon Yolanda devastated Eastern Visayas, leaving a trail of human deaths and destruction of properties.

So, how do we build a sustainable city?

Industry stakeholders strategize on how to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet theirs. These days, “sustainable (or sustainability)” is a word that gets...

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Exploring Lausanne—Crosswinds’ Most Premium Lot-Only Development

Set within the illustrious hills and stunning mountain landscapes of Crosswinds in Tagaytay is Lausanne, a 24-hectare European-inspired mixed-use development known for...

DHSUD chief eyes public-private partnerships for permanent housing solutions

The country's new housing czar has hit the ground running, preparing to forge partnerships with the private sector to fast-track land development...

Mesmerized By Silliman: The University by the sea

Every August of each year, Sillimanians from all over the Philippines and around the world—from the oldest batch to the youngest—descend upon Silliman University...

Respond and innovate: How our local builders adapt to the pandemic

Many companies in the design and construction industries had to continue operating despite the COVID-19 pandemic because the services they offer can't...

Invest in safety and One Lancaster Park, Cavite

Home buyers today, especially starter families, are more discerning in choosing their living spaces. Post-pandemic, more people appreciate the value of large...