Renowned Filipino Architect Bobby Mañosa Holds Exhibit at Trinoma
Manila, Philippines—Know more about Filipino architect Francisco “Bobby” Mañosa via his traveling exhibit titled “Mañosa: Beyond Architecture” at the Trinoma Mall in Quezon City from August 18 to September 9.
An advocate of Filipino architectural designs, Mañosa avidly uses Philippine textiles and building materials in this various projects. His most notable works include the Coconut Palace in Manila, Las Piñas Nature Church, Shrine of Our Lady of EDSA, Medical City in Pasig, and Nielson Towers in Makati.
“For him, it’s not just about finding what’s beautiful. He works to keep leveling up, to keep innovating, and have Filipinos take pride in our own world-class designs,” said Denise Mañosa, his wife.
The exhibit, which was launched at the National Museum earlier this year, showcases original drawings, models, snapshots, furniture, and interior elements that chart Mañosa’s prolific career as an architect.
As a bonus, the show will also feature Mañosa’s other creative pursuits such as jazz music, toys, and various arts and crafts.
“Through this exhibit, we hope to keep not only Bobby’s legacy in the country’s architecture industry alive but also every Filipino’s love for our own. As he always tells us, ‘Architecture must be true to itself, its land, and its people’,” Denise said.