José María V. Zaragoza carved out an illustrious career in Philippine Architecture from 1938 until he died in 1994. In his lifetime, Zaragoza set himself on a mission to build landmark churches, Catholic centers, as well as some of the country’s premiere secular, institutional, and commercial residential structures.
This publication provides both heartwarming personal glimpses of the life of an architect guided by an untenable faith in God, as well as formal perspectives on the major accomplishments of Zaragoza over five decades in the history of Philippine architecture.
|Author:||Loudette Zaragoza-Banson and Ruben Defeo|
|Specifications:||7.5 x 9.6 inches
124 pages, 137 images
Photographer: Edwin Obcemea