PROFILE

Finding paradise as a Filipino artist living a thousand miles away from home

Augustine Paredes’ body of art explores queer desires along with the migrant experience in places where they are forbidden or simply overlooked

The unending humanity of Geloy Concepcion photographs

He is a photographer, confidant, and keeper of internet strangers’ dreams, desires, and pains that social media would rather not show you

‘A home where we can be ourselves’—preferably with friends in close proximity

Home is where the heart is for Judd Figuerres and Ipe Cervantes. It also happens to be a few doors away from their friends’ homes

For this stylist, to have a home to yourself is to have creative freedom

Moving out of her mom’s house, Carla looked no further than a friend’s old place. She made it hers the way she knows best: by filling it with stuff from friends and family

This DJ shuffles between Manila and elsewhere. This is home in between

DJ Bea Te believes having your own place in the city is integral to carving out a space in the scene

They’d rather stay in than go out even when they live in Poblacion

For Mano Gonzales and Jan Pineda, when you have all you need at home you don’t need to go anywhere else. Your friends will come to you

Meet Lokalpedia, the food heritage advocate documenting overlooked endemic Filipino ingredients

John Sherwin Felix AKA Lokalpedia’s photo collection documents artisanal salts and edible flowers

It’s Vintage’s new Makati space is a glimpse inside its owner Fed Pua’s brain

In this interview, its owner and creative director talks about his small renovation project, growing out of his former brand Factory Boy’s “college cool,” and merging his love for the arts and fashion in one space

Bubk’s Gabe Cruz takes us on a journey through light

The furniture designer shines a light on Bubk’s creative process, his most challenging project, and the comfort of working with his own two hands

Wareco’s Therese Regalado goes beyond the limits of light and lightness

With a new six-piece collection of rattan furniture reinforced with metal and glass, the maker rethinks the material bounds of creativity