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AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER (AND INSTITUTE)


a. Food Processing Techniques
b. Organic and Natural Farming
c. Smart Farming
d. Wind and Solar Energy for Agriculture
e. Government Intervention in Agricultural Industry

2. URBAN VERTICAL FARM, A BUILDING THAT GROWS


a. Aeroponics and Hydroponics system
b. Modern Technology in farming
c. Water Proofing System
d. Urban Agriculture
e. Future of Agriculture

3. VERTICAL HOUSING WITH SMALL SCALE FARM (for landless farmers)


a. Biomass power plant
b. Roof Garden
c. Aquaponic Farming
d. Sustainable Environment
e. Vertical Housing Development

4. LEISURE FARM, EXPERIENCING FARM LIFE


a. Farm Management Services
b. Self-sustaining agricultural amenities
c. Waste management
d. Tourism
e. Leisure and Recreation

5. SELF-SUSTAINED DINING COMPLEX


a. Hybrid Green House/ hoop House
b. Hydroponic Farming
c. Eco-friendly Environment
d. Waste Recycling and Composting
e. Biodegradable products
Design as a public policy

Designing is the aesthetic sense to incorporate people, society and quality of life.
Designing buildings is influencing the design process for solving problems in society. But this
isn’t happening to our country now. Design as a political policy is what happening.
Architecture must have a bridge connected to public policy. There are so many other
country where these ‘bridge’ was already standing, and Philippines don’t have. Maybe
there are but rare. What are country need is to examine the interplay of the public policy
and architecture in order to gain a dynamic successful society.

Design as a public policy is designing in such a way as best to accomplish a particular


purpose, one of it, is giving the quality of life to the public through quality infrastructures and
horizontal development. Building designs now in the Philippines are functional inside the
whole site but when we went outside of it, it really cause so much problems to the public.
One of it is the long-time problem what our country is facing, the traffic congestion. Building
officials nowadays didn’t recognize or notice it for money. Signing the permits without
reviewing the plans just for money. Is that what public officials do? We admit that there are
so many planning errors here in our country, errors such as the lack of sidewalks, no
relationship between designing, planning and zoning and many more. A proper urban
planning is the solution to the problems we are facing.

And given this points, there is only one thing I realized, if an Architect becomes the
president of the Philippines, the problems will be done, the problems will be solved. Because
architects are constructive, cooperative, creative problem solvers and have all the splendid
leadership qualities to offer. Likewise, public policy can only evolve and mature if architects
use their integrated creative skills to have a greater impact in local, national and even
international governmental affairs.