Art Deco in the Philippines

Art Deco in the Philippines

Filipino architects, responding to the tropical environment, softened the severe Western architectural style. Thin concrete slabs broke flat facades, protruding from unadorned wall surfaces to protect door and window openings from torrential monsoon rain and hot sun. For increased air circulation in the hot and humid Philippine tropics, windows were enlarged, and geometric hand-wrought iron …

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