Located in a dense, congested area of Baguio City, a 1st class highly urbanized city in the Cordillera Administrative Region, Philippines.
Strawberry Market is a new open-air market that both improves connectivity and flow within the area, and also reflects the city’s cultural heritage.
The design of this open-air market in Baguio nods to the city’s tribal heritage and vernacular architecture.
Its form echoes the distinctive trapezoidal roofs of native houses, and its facade is decorated in a pattern reminiscent of the Cordillera region’s rich weaving traditions.
Inside Strawberry Market, streets are animated with pocket gardens and public plazas that create a more pleasant experience for locals and tourists alike.
A green courtyard at the center of the market offers a new connection to nature, while multiple entrances on all three levels of the building improve porosity and accessibility. Source by CAZA.
Location: Baguio City, Philippines
Design Team: Carlos Arnaiz, Gaby San Roman, Bettina Colet, Yuxiang Qi
Client: SM investment
Size: 101,871 sqm
Images: Courtesy of CAZA