Francisco Mañosa

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Francisco Mañosa is a Filipino architect noted for his Filipino inspired architectural designs. He designed The Coconut Palace.

Manosa, on May, 2008 built his own Ayala alabang village Bahay Kubo mansion. With only 3 posts or "haligi", it has 5 one-inch coconut shell doors, 2nd floor, a "silong", Muslim room, sala, and master's bedroom with a fish pond therein.[1][2]


Works[edit]

Churches[edit]

  • Mary Immaculate Parish (Nature's Church) Las Pinas City
  • Assumption College Chapel
  • Quadricentennial Altar
  • Risen Lord Parish Church (Las Pinas)
  • Shrine of Our Lady of Peace (EDSA)
  • St. Joseph Church (Las Pinas)
  • World Youth Day Papal Altar

Residential[edit]

  • Mañosa Residence (Ayala Alabang)
  • Arnaiz Residence
  • Cahaya "The Sanctuary"
  • Diego Cierra Homes
  • Floriendo Residence
  • Hoffmann Residence
  • Hofileña Residence
  • Pabahay - Bayanihan
  • Pabahay -PNP
  • Valenciano Residence

Commercial[edit]

  • Eagle Ridge Building
  • JMT Corporate Center
  • The New Medical City
  • Nielson Towers (Makati)
  • San Mig Pub (Ortigas)
  • Saztec Building
  • Sulo Restaurant

Institutional[edit]

  • Aquino Center
  • Ateneo Education Building
  • Ateneo Professional School
  • Bamboo Mansion
  • Centro Escolar University class
  • Coconut Palace
  • Corregidor Island
  • De La Salle Zobel School (Alabang)
  • Environmental Research Center
  • Gatches Village
  • Lanao Provincial Capitol church
  • Learning Child
  • Philippine Friendship Pavilion
  • St. Andrew's Parish School

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