Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 32

m 




 
 
 

  
 


R RR  


 


Õ 

Õ


R RR  


 


à  
R RR
à à à  

à 
à 
 
à 
 
 


  
    



 à 
     
 
   

   à 


   

    
 
   

  


 
    

   

 


R RR
à à à  

G      


 
 

     !       
G      

  
  




à 
      à
"#

 
$


%
&'(     !à  
  
) 


à 
 




   
 
)   

 

!
  
   )
 
      
R RR  


 


à R  
à à Rà  à
  


 



 
    
! 

*+
à à Rà  à
  
 ,   
-
     

Now undergoing a major Dzfacelift,dz the


Dzgrand damedz of Manilaǯs theaters is on
its way to being restored to its former
glory.
à àà  
- .' 
        
 !
  
   !-  





à   - 

 /

à
 

   01 0

Ênfortunately, demolition began on July


15, 2000 on the orders of Mayor Lito
Atienza. The building is now gone for ever
à à  

à 
  
 !Ô  " 





à à  

Õoon, a
magnificent,
white, green-tile-
roofed California
Missionary-styled
edifice emerged
housing 149
spacious and high-
ceilinged room
   
2# 



  
  



$     #

iron portico of the


old Executive
Building.

The old Executive


Building was built
in the 1920ǯs and
houses the
Malacanang
Museum and
Library
   
     




 !  

Exhibits are grouped according to


era in the different American
colonial rooms.
   
  


 



 
    
! 

*+

Emblems of the Ênited Õtates like the


American eagle can be seen on the
walls and arches since the building
was built during the American
Colonial Period
   
à 

3   
  



Conference hall of
President Quezon

Wall carvings
   
  


 



 
 

! 

.

The use of art Deco as the main character of the building in such a
manner that this building has remind
à à  
  
 ) 


 
4

 $
5 
    

-6  
 
 "
 à
G

  1

%



features brick and stucco


exterior, concrete tile
roof shingles, upper level
dormers and covered porte
cochere entry with circular
drive and full finished
basement
à à  
4         G
 
 

ront of the
building, wherein
the name and
the column was
given emphasize
to.
à à  

     
    
 
 
3  # 
 
 

The ceiling is encapsulated with Main staircase of the museum,


octagon holes forming different octagonal in shape and form.
ambience to the museum
à à        
  


 
 


 

  -  
   
 
 #


Considered as
the Largest
artdeco
complex in the
Philippines
R RR R à 
%

.


 
 à 
 à !
     
#  


 
 


 à"




 
    

 

The main pedestrian


approach is a set of
concrete steps that
terminates in an
awesome row of
fourteen grand lonic
columns. These
columns slightly project
off the façade, creating
a framed effect
R RR R à 
  


 



 
    
! 

*+

The main office is housed in a huge art deco style building


designed with huge columns at front, built during the American
colonial period.
àà 

   à 
 4

!
 


&+Õ# $   %
Õ 
--!
  

 G $  5 

This house was


preserved during
the world war ii,
crafted by
American influence
and runs through
àà 

  
 
 
 


 


&+!Õ# 

The main interior is


housed in a huge
art deco style
building designed
with built during
the American
colonial period.
R RR  


 


à  à à      àà 


    à 

5  !  
 
%  %   




 
!à 
   
  ! 
!  


Bungalow Houses is an
echo of early American
home, one storey home
that provides great living
space and flexibility to fit
the needs of everyone in
the family.
This influenced the living
of ilipinos by the use of
separated bedrooms
    à 

This house uses indigenous materials, such as wood, and clay, lets the ilipinos know
the more adequate and creative style of a house, influenced by different countriesǯ
styles
à  à

à 
 
  
 à 
  2!à 
  
 
 
 )   
   

 

Hand-painted,
printed, or
moulded on doors
and walls


à 
 4

!   
  
    ! 
 
    ) 
 

Êse of smaller,
lighter, slender,
cheap, not purely
wood -crafted,
and simpler type
of doors for
residential, but
looks elegant on
the other side
^ ^

  

  




 
 

Õimpler styles of
windows with
glasses and
louvers are
apparently used
to give value to
the house or any
building structure
 
4 ! ! 
!     




 


  


  
 

These were made to


protect from extreme
coolness in America, but
ilipinos see different
convenience on fabricǯs
texture and warmth

Woods were still in good


terms for floorings, but
mostly covered with
carpets for protection
 
-   ! 
 
   




  
     
   

Larger diversity of
furniture were made, from
the way it was
manufactured, the style
and fabric to be used, that
will necessarily create
partnership with the house
color or interiors.
 R 
R  

 
 ! 
m

 "
 #$
%&
'( ) !

'  " '

*
 + %
*
$, 
-
( R *
.
  
.
/ *%

#   " ,,
 0
 -*