Category Archives: Historical

British Columbia Parliament Buildings

As you may have heard, I have move to a new home. This time marks the return of Shutterchitecture, in a new land full of new buildings. The first featured piece of architecture is the Parliament Buildings of British Columbia in Canada.

The Parliament Buildings of the Province of British Columbia is situated in Victoria, the capital city in the island of Vancouver. This neo-baroque building was designed by Frances Rattenbury and was formally opened in 1898. Atop the central dome is the gold-plated statue of Captain George Vancouver.



The first school building to grace the pages of Shutterchitecture. The Colegio de San Juan de Letran, one of the Philippines’ oldest schools has produced Philippine presidents and even Saints of the Catholic Church.

Manila, Why Do You Have To Be So Beautiful?

A view of the Manila City Hall and its magnificent clock tower from the walls of the Intramuros (Walled City)

The former Legislative Building and now the National Museum of the Philippines

Post Office Building

The Manila Central Post Office Building, the main headquarters of the Philippine Postal Corporation. It was designed by Filipino architect Juan Marcos de Guzman Arellano. This neoclassical building was built in 1926 and suffered severe damage during the World War II.

Adjacent to the building is the Plaza Lawton.