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Genna Domingo

Quezon City, Philippines
Genna Domingo is graduate of BS architecture and works as freelance designer. Her passion for urban design and building sustainable communities led her to pursue research and design proposing architecture solutions in solving socio-economic issues in the Philippines.

Agriculture Hubs


An Ambitious Architectural Approach Towards Economic Development

Agriculture Hubs


An Ambitious Architectural Approach Towards Economic Development
Filling the gaps in Agriculture Development by Integrating an Architectural Solution
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The need for rural revitalization, economic inclusiveness and eradication of stigma attached to the Philippine agriculture sector gave the impetus for the design proponent to propose an innovative architecture solution. Architecture is influential in establishing a development that will lead a great impact on social and economic equity.

Given the centrality of the study to a large-scale analysis of existing issues and integration of architecture solution, a strong framework on the transformation of the agriculture development lies at the heart of research.

Agriculture Hub is an architecture innovation that will serve as the central facility that is dedicated to rural revitalization and economic inclusiveness within the locality. This project is a fundamental architectural initiative which is specifically dedicated to the uplifting of farmers’ way of living and proving to the nation and to the world that architecture can create an immense impact in the agriculture development.


Bayan (community) + Anihan (farm), in Filipino context, introduces an innovative way of recreating a sense of community for the Philippine agriculture sector.

This project is a fundamental architectural initiative which is specifically dedicated to the uplifting of farmers’ way of living and proving to the nation and to the world that architecture can create an immense impact in the agriculture development.

Agriculture Hub Theory of Change:
“Pulling the Threads of Agriculture Development through Responsible Architecture”

Agriculture Hub Community Involvement: A place created by the people
This will start as a pilot project to be replicated on different places to create a systematized agriculture network.

Creating a series of loops of activities involving the major stakeholders, government, the business-minded farmers, and the business investors.

Agriculture Hubs


An Ambitious Architectural Approach Towards Economic Development

Agriculture Hubs


An Ambitious Architectural Approach Towards Economic Development
Filling the gaps in Agriculture Development by Integrating an Architectural Solution
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The need for rural revitalization, economic inclusiveness and eradication of stigma attached to the Philippine agriculture sector gave the impetus for the design proponent to propose an innovative architecture solution. Architecture is influential in establishing a development that will lead a great impact on social and economic equity.

Given the centrality of the study to a large-scale analysis of existing issues and integration of architecture solution, a strong framework on the transformation of the agriculture development lies at the heart of research.

Agriculture Hub is an architecture innovation that will serve as the central facility that is dedicated to rural revitalization and economic inclusiveness within the locality. This project is a fundamental architectural initiative which is specifically dedicated to the uplifting of farmers’ way of living and proving to the nation and to the world that architecture can create an immense impact in the agriculture development.


Bayan (community) + Anihan (farm), in Filipino context, introduces an innovative way of recreating a sense of community for the Philippine agriculture sector.

This project is a fundamental architectural initiative which is specifically dedicated to the uplifting of farmers’ way of living and proving to the nation and to the world that architecture can create an immense impact in the agriculture development.

Agriculture Hub Theory of Change:
“Pulling the Threads of Agriculture Development through Responsible Architecture”

Agriculture Hub Community Involvement: A place created by the people
This will start as a pilot project to be replicated on different places to create a systematized agriculture network.

Creating a series of loops of activities involving the major stakeholders, government, the business-minded farmers, and the business investors.


Idea by

Genna Domingo
Quezon City
Philippines
Genna Domingo is graduate of BS architecture and works as freelance designer. Her passion for urban design and building sustainable communities led her to pursue research and design proposing architecture solutions in solving socio-economic issues in the Philippines.