The Architectural Studio
This book describes the process of creating an architectural project, in an academic studio for architecture studies. The process is built on the premise that architecture is a discipline of applied arts, which is why it is characterized by rational forward-thinking combined with emotional and artistic reasoning.
December 8th, 1941 marked the start of the full-scale invasion of the Philippines during World War 2. With the surrender of the Bataan Peninsula and the fortified island Corregidor in the Spring of 1942, all hope seemed lost. But, almost overnight, the Philippine underground resistance began to take shape. Units made up of guerrilla volunteers from all walks of life participated in the liberation of the Philippines. The women guerrillas of the resistance, or guerrilleras, are one such group who have received less attention in Pacific Theater histories.