Pro Bono Design Projects
As the social responsibility arm of an architectural firm, it is only natural that many of our projects involve pro bono architectural and interior design work, often in collaboration with other foundations. These include:
Interior renovation of the Child Protection Unit of the Philippine General Hospital, in cooperation with the Consuelo Foundation (Ongoing)
The PGH-CPU is the only child-friendly unit in the Philippines, which provides comprehensive medical and psycho-social services to abused children and their families. It is currently undergoing a much-needed interior renovation, made possible through a collaboration with the Consuelo Foundation and the Tukod Foundation.
Some before photos:
The Consuelo Algiers Foundation approached our foundation in 2014, asking if our architectural and interiors office - Mañosa & Company Inc (MCI) - could help with their project of renovating the existing premises of the PGH-CPU. We agreed, plans were drawn and approved, and construction began in January 2015.
- Design of the Cardinal Sin Museum, Location: Jaro, Ilo-Ilo (2013-2014)
- Interior improvement and furnishing of 3 units in the NHA settlement In Calaun, Laguna to house children orphaned by Typhoon Yolanda, in cooperation with the Consuelo Foundation (2013)
- Playground in Barangay Canitoan, Cagayan de Oro for Typhoon Sendong Victims, in cooperation with the Unilab Foundation (July 2012)
- Design and furnishing of the Gawad Kalinga model home in Bulacan (2010)