Manila architects propose designs for modern Lagusnilad underpass

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Updated November 15, 2019, 5:35 PM

By Erma Edera 

The United Architects of the Philippines-Manila Corinthian chapter has proposed designs for a modern Lagusnilad underpass to highlight the heritage and culture of the nation’s capital.

(Photos from United Architects of the Philippines Manila Corinthian chapter Facebook page via Erma Edera / MANILA BULLETIN)

The proposed “Manila Urban Link Underpass” features glass-covered walkways, arches, and intricate grille works and underground shops. It is the underpass located right in front of the Manila City hall.

The proposed underpass seeks to “reflect the direction of the new leadership in the revitalization of a city that deserves a world-class facility for a humble but vital service of the pedestrian passage connecting “the different key destinations in the heart of the

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