Augusto Villalon, the man whom many consider to be the father of heritage conservation in the Philippines, has died after a long illness. A tremendous void is felt by many
Augusto Villalón, architect and cultural heritage conservation advocate who spearheaded the listing of several Philippine historical and natural landmarks on the prestigious World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, Cultural Organization (Unesco), passed away May 5 after a lingering illness following a stroke. He was 72.
Augusto Villalón, architect and cultural heritage conservation advocate who spearheaded the listing of several Philippine historical and natural landmarks in the very prestigious World Heritage List of the United Nations
How wonderful it is to be back after a long absence! And at this auspicious time of the year, let me wish each one of you an overabundance of happiness and prosperity during the Year of the Rooster that has just begun.
Chair William “Butch” Ramirez of the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) does not bother to hide his excitement about the planned transfer of his office, personnel and the athletes under his
CONSERVATION architect and Inquirer Lifestyle columnist Augusto “Toti” Villalon was recently named honorary member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (Icomos) in Florence, Italy, making him the first
AN IMPORTANT advisory body to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) has passed a resolution stating that the construction of the multistory Torre de Manila violates the