FILIPINO AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN & PLANNING ISSUES
$16.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Edited by: Ubalde, Anatalio C.
Flipside Press, 1996. 198 p. B & W photos. Softcover
"From the groundbreaking essays collected by the author in this volume, we learn that 'Pilipino (American) Architecture' is not the purely virtual idea that it might initially seem." - Oscar V. Campomanes
[OUT OF STOCK]
Amorsolo, Fernando C.
Published on the Occasion of Centennial Birth. Manila: Lopez Museum, 1992. Softcover
THREE CENTURIES OF BINONDO ARCHITECTURE, 1594 1898: A SOCIO-HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
$36.00 [1 CP.]
De Viana, Lorelei D.C.
D.C. Manila: UST Publishing House, 2001. 251 p. Softcover
Three essays on three major forms of shelter used in the Philippines: the nipa hut, the ethnic tribal house and the urban shanty.
BALAI VERNACULAR: IMAGES OF THE FILIPINOS PRIVATE SPACE
$19.50 [OUT OF STOCK]
Edited by: Dacanay, Julian E. et al.
Metro Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1992. 253 p. Includes Appendices. Softcover
PHILIPPINE ARCHITECTURE DURING THE PRE-SPANISH AND SPANISH PERIODS
$25.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Alarcon, Norma I.
España, Metro Manila: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 1991. 282 p. Softcover
WOOD & STONE FOR GODS GREATER GLORY: JESUIT ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN THE PHILIPPINES
$64.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Javellana, Rene, S.J.
Manila: Ateneo de Manila Press, 1991. 264 p. ; Illustrations ; B & W and color photographs. Includes Sources Cited and Index. Softcover
The book is a narrative and catalogue of the Jesuit artistic and building enterprise in the Philippines. "...the very documents I have consulted tend to sway the narrative toward the colonizers' point of view." - The Author
EDIFICE COMPLEX: POWER, MYTH AND MARCOS STATE ARCHITECTURE
$20.00 [1 CP.]
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2003. 179 p. Softcover
The Marcoses at their best and worst – the buildings of the '70s and '80s, some of which are in prominent decline today.
LIMBAG KAMAY: 400 YEARS OF PHILIPPINE PRINTMAKING
$15.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Pilar, Santiago Albano & Cajipe-Endaya, Imelda
Cultural Center of the Philippines: 1993. 76 p. B & W photos. Softcover
The artistic history of printmaking in the Philippines.
PHILIPPINE ANCESTRAL HOUSES (1810-1930)
$45.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Fernando N. Zialcita & Martin I. Tinio, Jr.; Neal M. Oshima (photography); Manuel D. Baldemor (drawings)
Quezon City: GCF Books, 1992. 263 p. Softcover
An extensive, perceptive and affectionate study of the Bahay na Bato. Beautifully photographed and illustrated, the Bahay na Bato is analyzed thoroughly both from its architectural features and its historical evolution.
$70.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Metro Manila: Amon Foundation, 1991. 217 p. Illustrations. Softcover
"Piña, the fabric woven from the fine fibers stripped from the leaves of the pineapple plant has been produced in the Philippines since the 6th century. The first book of its kind...in the study and appreciation of a cultural artifact..." - Bookmark Tradelist 1993
QUIAPO: HEART OF MANILA
$54.50 [1 CP.]
Edited by: Zialcita, Fernando N.
Metro Manila: The Cultural Heritage Studies Program, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Ateneo de Manila University and Metropolitan Museum of Manila, 2006. 497 p. ; Illustrated ; B & W and color photographs ; Map. Includes References Cited, Index and Acknowledgements. Softcover
Essays from such fields as sociology and art history provide fresh insight on urban development and heritage conservation issues in this unique community.
LUGAR: ESSAYS ON PHILIPPINE HERITAGE AND ARCHITECURE
$75.00 [1 CP.]
Villalon, Agusto F.
Metro Manila: Bookmark, 2001. 474 p. ; Illustrated. Includes Index and Glossary. Softcover
VIRGIN OF PEÑAFRANCIA: MOTHER OF BICOL
$35.00 [1 CP.]
Gorospe, Vitaliano S.J. & Javellana, Rene B.
Makati, Metro Manila: Bookmark, Inc. 1995, 93 p. ; Color photographs. Softcover
A photo-documentary on the Filipinos' devotion to the Virgin of Peñafrancia. Texts are combined with vintage and contemporary photographs to a give comprehensive picture of the history, rites, and people that make the devotion a living tradition for the Bicolano.
A POCKET GUIDE TO ORIENTAL CERAMICS IN THE PHILIPPINES
$5.50 [2 CPS.]
Manila: Bookmark, 1988. 124 p. Softcover
"A concise, no frills, handbook for all collectors and would be collectors of oriental ceramic antiques from the Philippines. Handy size. Glossy inside pages. Color photos. An illustrated glossary. Very informative and easy to read." - Bookmark Trade List 1993
Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, 1998
196 p. ; Softcover
A compilation of photographs and text on baskets and other accessories created by the Igorots of the Cordilleras in the Philippines.
ARTISTA NG BAYAN 1990
Nicanor G. Tiongson, Editor
Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1990 72 p; Softcover
The publication documents the awards given to Francisco Arellana for Literature; Cesar Legaspi for Visual Arts; and Leandro Locsin for Architecture. The three individuals were chosen as the National Artists for 1990.
Villaruz, Basilio Esteban S.
Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1994 44p.; Softcover
An essay on the American colonial and contemporary traditions in Philippine Dance.
Mirano, Elena Rivera
Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1994 48p.; Softcover
An essay on the Spanish influence on Philippine music.
By Rodrigo D. Perez; translated into Filipino by Edgardo B. Maranan
Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1990, 44p. ; Softcover
An essay on the influences and history of architecture in the Philippines. The entire text is translated in Filipino (Tagalog).
THE BAMBOO ORGAN OF LAS PIÑAS
Samson, Helen F.
Las Piñas, Metro Manila: Parish of St. Joseph at Las Pinas, 1977, 151 pp. ; Softcover
The book chronicles the history of the creation of the bamboo organ, as well as the church that houses it, both built by Father Diego Cera in the 1800’s. The publication also documents the technical aspects involved in its restoration.
TROPICAL LIVING: CONTEMPORARY DREAM HOUSES IN THE PHILIPPINES
By Elizabeth V. Reyes; photography by Chester Ong
Singapore, Periplus Editions (HK) Ltd. Copyright 2000, 224 p. ; Hardcover
The book documents the designs of Southeast Asia’s most creative architects and Interior designers. Tropical Living showcases over 30 of their latest creations in a variety of styles. With over 400 fabulous full color photographs and text, this is a sourcebook of contemporary tropical furnishings.