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APPROACH ON ADAPTIVE REUSE OF THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE

FOR THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND


THE ARTS CULTURAL COMPLEX AGENCY

DE GUZMAN, Jonah Neill Bryan D. |


2010122707

INTRODUCTION

GOVERNMENT AGENCY:
Appointed commission of organization in
the government system
Responsible for monitoring and
administrating a specific purpose
Executive
Improve efficiency to public service
Protects the rights of the people

A government agency may be established by


National Legislation or by Executive Power

NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR


CULTURE AND THE ARTS

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Arts and cultural publicbenefit regulatory


commission arts council
agency.
Needs, administration,
regulation and protection for
the rights of Filipino artists,
heritage, and culture.

Located in Intramuros, Manila

Governments support for cultural


development:
Presidential Commission on Culture (1987,
Executive Order no. 118)
National Commission for Culture and the
Arts (1992 - present, Republic Act 7356 or
the NCCA Act)

NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS


Ministry of Culture
The NCCA was created to
serve as the presidential interagency commission to
coordinate cultural policies and
programs.
Coordinates cultural policies
and programs that promotes
Filipino culture, arts, and
preserves historic heritage sites.

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 80


REPUBLIC ACT 9155

NCCA together with the six cultural


agencies works with the principle of
partnership, collaboration and shared
responsibility in achieving effectively
and efficiently the implementation of
cultural programs.

NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS

Vision

The culture and arts community envisions theFilipino


culture as the Wellspring of national and global wellbeing.

Mission

To formulate policies for development of culture and the arts;


To implement these policies in coordination with affiliated cultural
agencies;
To coordinate implementation of programs of these affiliated
agencies;
To administer the National Endowment Fund for Culture and the
Arts (NEFCA);
To encourage artistic creation within a climate of artistic
freedom;
To develop and promote the Filipino national culture and arts; and,
To preserve Filipino cultural heritage.

NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS


According to the RA No. 7356 on Sections 8 to 12, the NCCA mandates:

To encourage the continuing and balanced development of a pluralistic


culture by the people themselves;
To conserve, promote and protect the nations historical and
cultural heritage;
To ensure the widest dissemination of artistic and cultural products
among the greatest number of people across the country and overseas for
their appreciation and enjoyment;
To preserve and integrate traditional culture and its various creative
expressions as a dynamic part of the national cultural mainstream;
To ensure that standards of excellence are pursued in programs and
activities implementing policies herein stated
it shall encourage and support continuing discussion and debate
through symposia, workshops, publications, etc., on the highest
norms available to promote Philippine culture.

PROBLEM STATEMENT
A government agency
Visua
l
Arts
Performing
Arts

Literature

NCCA

Tradition &
Heritage

Culture

Improve facility
Office needs
Artistic requirements
Help achieve the
NCCA objectives
through Architecture

NCCA Office is not


just an office but a
place for artistic
values such as
performing arts and
visual arts and
culture and heritage
importance.

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Intends to provide well planned and strategic


agency for culture and the arts

Cater the needs of such agency

Cultivate and improve a functional NCCA


which will provide the facilities they need to
deliver as it implies to their purpose and
reflects their purpose

PROJECT GOAL
Provide and adapt to a facility that an arts
commission office can cater and function properly
with proper spaces needed and dedicated for such
agency

STRATEGIES
Research background about the agency
Study existing structure and find problematic issues
architecturally
Learn the needed spaces by their own office preferences
Study the required spaces
Conduct case studies in the current office
Conduct surveys and interviews regarding their agency

FINDING AND ANALYSIS


SURVEY:

With the survey given to the employees, the researcher found out the more than 52% of the
surveyed employees were working at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts greater
than 5 years.

Many of them are satisfied with the agency although the facilities that help accommodate
their services are not given by the office.

The building space in the office is adequate yet it lacks storage areas for the documents coming
in of the office.

The traffic going to the office may be heavy but at the vicinity of the site is not. Their problem from
outside environment that affects them is the noise. They have informal settlers in front of
their office and they can not do anything about it.

Although many of them said that they are comfortable with the office, they would still want to
have their office redevelop and changed due to the lacking facilities and storages.

FINDING AND ANALYSIS


INTERVIEW WITH MR. EDISON MOLANIDA:

National Commission for Culture and the Arts World Heritage Sites Manager

working in the agency for about 6 years

Mr. Molanida was the one who answers the researchers email regarding the study.

National Commission for Culture and the Arts as the sole policy makers of artists, protectors of cultural arts and preservers of the Philippine
heritage in the whole country.

Proposal of a NCCA Complex Building for the agency to accommodate the lacking facilities present to their office. Facilities lacking due to the
inadequate office space given to them.

They conduct workshops, exhibits, performances and meetings from artists, and committees from all over the Philippines, inviting them over to
have a talk but doesnt have enough

The researcher discussed his plan of Adaptive Reuse of the Metropolitan Theater since the Theater reflects what the agency is about and
fortunately they too had plans of it.

He then explained that their idea for the future plan is to be relocated at the Metropolitan Theater during the Atienza Administration and apply
adaptive reuse to the historic building as to preserve its heritage values. All they have yet is the idea but without formal actions.

They believe they have the funds needed and they are willing to do all necessary actions to pursue the relocation of their office.

The existing National Commission for Culture and the Arts Office building is to be swapped to another government agency when they start to
relocate because the building they are using today is only donated.

FINDING AND ANALYSIS


INTERVIEW WITH CAROLINE MIZAL:
Head of the Project Development Office Planning and Policy of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

She then explained the use of their agency, the departments and population of each.

She gave us a tour to every part of the office. At the ground floor is where the exhibits are held. They help provide local artists
with no funds to showcase their art as long as they comply with the requirements of the National Commission for Culture and
the Arts.

She showed us how insufficient it is due to the many requests and they only approve on what can only fit to their exhibit area.
Beside the exhibit area is the only thing that keeps everything in control, the reception area. People go through them first
before entering the office proper.

Future plans: to the Metropolitan Theater. She said that the Metropolitan might be too big to become just their office. They are
planning on making the other parts for rent and she even suggested to have a lodging area to accommodate the
commissioners and guests from other parts of the country. This idea came to them when the office conducted a feasibility
study when committees from Visayas and Mindanao area had a hard time looking for a hotel and they thought that providing
such facility can provide the commissioners less expenses.

Provide their services at the highest quality and adequate needs that the office can offer. She has been telling us how hard it is
to have an insufficient facility because they are having a problem with providing the people the things that they
should be able to provide yet they look for other places that can.

Having such improvement would make themselves more reliable and more trusted in the field of Arts on policy
making and such due to the best services they can deliver to people, an image that artists can look up to.

ANALYSIS OF THE EXISTING


NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS
OFFICE BUILDING

Strengths

Weaknesses

The staffs will be deprived of having a personal space because some spaces are messy in terms of lacking storage areas
Not enough walkway for pedestrians from the outside. Vehicles carriageway is also the path walk.
Not enough daylight and ventilation
Lacks waiting area for the public and doesnt have a lobby in the office
The offices does not have pantry.
Noise traffic is very susceptible.
Lounge is insufficient.
Working areas is also lacking in terms of space. The staffs things are all over the place.

Opportunities

The symmetrical plan provides efficient access to all spaces.


The center provides interaction to the surrounding buildings and commercial spaces.
it has central access.
Planning is typical; public users will not get lost.
Theres a lot of mode of transportation around the vicinity.
Privacy of employees and directors properly separated.
Attrium at the center of the building gives proper air ventilation for the office.

Due to the increasing number of enrolees for dental medicine, the school would benefit from enhancing the development
of higher education in the Philippines.
Its vicinity is suitable for developing functional spaces that would cater students needs

Threats

Scarcity of workshop rooms is a problem from time to time.


Lacking of theaters
Lacking of exhibit areas
Storage facility is in need
There are blind spots and wasted spaces.
The front of the building is informal settlers place
Safeties of the users from the alleys they walk through were not paved and they walk with vehicles.

NEED ANALYSIS

Passive ventilation and daylight to lessen energy use


Plantings as buffer zones for the unpleasant view and would also help absorb noise and
heat
Providing landscaping and trees as a shading device and lessens the carbon emissions of
the office
Proper space planning to avoid wasted spaces and blind spots
Considering number of public visitors in providing waiting and exhibit areas to prevent
scarcity of learning spaces of the office.
Provide storage facilities
Provide special facilities required for a cultural arts complex and an office building for the
agency to be fully effective.
Staff lounge is not provided
Offices doesnt have their own pantry.

Basically, the existing office of the National Commission for


Culture and the Arts is not working perfectly with the mandates,
objectives and missions of the office. Thus, the building they are
using was just donated at the year of 1992. Many architectural
needs were not met due to compromising to the donated
building.

CONCLUSIONS AND
RECOMMENDATION
The National Commission for Culture and the Arts
existing office building is working properly as a
government agency. But the NCCA is not just an
ordinary government agency but a Cultural Arts
Government Agency.
The existing building is intended for
office environment but not for
workshops, performances, exhibits
and symposiums. Instead, they rent
and conduct these acts out of their
own office.

Pushing through the proposal, it would be


able to provide services at the finest quality
possible and the expectations and goals the
agencys trying to achieve will be done.

Thus, the Metropolitan Theatre is a


facility that an arts commission office
symbolizes perfectly; arts, culture and
tradition of Filipinos

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
NCCA works perfectly as an
organized
government
office but the agency is not
just an ordinary office but a
cultural and artistic center
that conducts and promotes
artistic and filipino culture
arts and heritage. They lack
spaces that would support
their mandates, thus the
building they are using as
their
office
was
only
donated and not really
intended for their use.

Using Metropolitan Theater as their


new office would fit not just their
spatial needs but also the character
and perspective of people to their
agency. Thus, no drastic changes are
to be done because somehow the
Theaters architectural spaces are the
spaces lacking from the NCCAs Office.

RELEVANCE OF THE PROJECT


Re-using existing buildings for new
functions has many sustainable,
cultural, economic, and place making
advantages.
The advantage of adaptive reuse can
be linked to a memory and cultural
value rather than built heritage.
The use of Metropolitan Theater as
the NCCA Office has cultural
significance and similarities as well as
concrete community value to it. Thus,
they can help protect and preserve
and secure the historical structure.

SITE SELECTION PROCESS

Criteria for Selection

Site contours
The connectivity to the main road and other sub roads
The distances from the major landmarks such as:

Shopping centres
Railway Station
Airport
Bus stand
Schools
Church

Geological and hydrological structure of the site


Accessibility to the site
Major Landmarks
Orientation of the Site
Economic Feasibility
Sustainability Factors
Site Services
Historic Importance

SITE JUSTIFICATION

Even with the given structure, the Metropolitan Theater, it still meets the criteria of the site
selection process.

Also, the historic value of this site suits well for the new office of the National Commission for
Culture and the Arts since one of their advocacy is to preserve heritage site and protect them
from decay. Using it again, not too far from its original purpose, to serve another purpose is
better than leaving it abandoned.

Memory and Place


Vicinity
Environmental Sustainability
Efficiency

Making the Metropolitan Theater become fully functional, alive, and working not just an old
abandoned structure but an office that aims preservation and protection for heritage sites.

There are many features met by applying adaptive reuse to a historical site more over using
it as an office of cultural agency where preservation of heritage is one of their main goals.
Such structure would be in good hands if it will house an agency that tends to protect is
cultural value.

MACRO SETTING

MICRO SETTING

Yellow entry points


Red major road heavy traffic
Purple less traffic
Orange pedestrian and commuters

RELATED LAWS AND ORDINANCES

Philippine Cultural Heritage Law 1994


NCCA Act
National Heritage Act of 2009
Ownership issues
Compulsory Repair Order

SITE ANALYSIS

SITE JUSTIFICATION
The Metropolitan Theater is a national landmark, a
heritage site, great historical value, full of culture and
tradition and a work of many National Artists from the
structure itself to the interior decorations.
The Metropolitan Theaters character , architecturally,
suits on what the National Commission for Culture and the
Arts agency advocates for. There is no other agency in the
Philippines that would deserve to house the national
historical site thus it will sure be maintained and
protected by the right people.
Met reflects culture and so the objective of NCCA.

APPROACH ON ADAPTIVE REUSE OF THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE


FOR THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND
THE ARTS CULTURAL COMPLEX AGENCY

PROGRAMMING
DE GUZMAN, Jonah Neill Bryan D. |
2010122707

BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS
ADMIN
ADMIN

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

TIME
TIME IN
IN

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

MEETING
MEETING

LUNCH
LUNCH

WORK
WORK

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

STAFF
STAFF

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

TIME
TIME IN
IN

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

REPORT
REPORT
TO
TO BOSS
BOSS

LUNCH
LUNCH

WORK
WORK

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

COMMIS
COMMIS
SIONERS
SIONERS

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

TIME
TIME IN
IN

MEETING
MEETING

OBSERVE
OBSERVE

LUNCH
LUNCH

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

VISITOR
VISITOR
S
S

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

INQUIRE
INQUIRE

LOUNGE
LOUNGE

RECEIVE
RECEIVE
AREA
AREA

DO
DO
PURPOSE
PURPOSE

EAT
EAT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

ARTISTS
ARTISTS

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

INQUIRE
INQUIRE

LOUNGE
LOUNGE

RECEIVE
RECEIVE
AREA
AREA

DO
DO
PURPOSE
PURPOSE

EAT
EAT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

LIBRARIAN
LIBRARIAN

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

TIME
TIME IN
IN

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

REPORT
REPORT
TO
TO BOSS
BOSS

LUNCH
LUNCH

WORK
WORK

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS
CHAIRMAN
CHAIRMAN

DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR

MUSEUM
MUSEUM
STAFF
STAFF

SECRETARIA
SECRETARIA
T
T

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

TIME
TIME IN
IN

TIME
TIME IN
IN

TIME
TIME IN
IN

TIME
TIME IN
IN

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

CHECK
CHECK
MUSEUM
MUSEUM

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

MEETING
MEETING

REPORT
REPORT
TO
TO BOSS
BOSS

PAPER
PAPER
WORKS
WORKS

MEETING
MEETING

LUNCH
LUNCH

LUNCH
LUNCH

LUNCH
LUNCH

LUNCH
LUNCH

WORK
WORK

WORK
WORK

REPORT
REPORT

REPORT
REPORT

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

SECURIT
SECURIT
Y
Y

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

TIME
TIME IN
IN

MAKE
MAKE
ROUNDS
ROUNDS

OBSERVE
OBSERVE
INMATES
INMATES

LUNCH
LUNCH

WORK
WORK

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

MAINTEMAINTENANCE
NANCE

ARRIVE
ARRIVE

TIME
TIME IN
IN

REPORT
REPORT

CLEAN
CLEAN

LUNCH
LUNCH

SERVE
SERVE

TIME
TIME OUT
OUT

GO
GO
HOME
HOME

USER ANALYSIS
USER
ADMIN
STAFF
COMMISSIONERS
VISITORS
ARTISTS

DESCRIPTION
a person responsible for the performance or management of administrative business operations
People in employment within any organization
Apersonauthorizedbyacommissiontoperformcertainduties.
a person visiting a person or place, especially socially
a person engaged in one or more of any of a broad spectrum of activities related to creating art, practicing the arts,
and/or demonstrating an art.
a person who works professionally in a library
is the highest officer of an organized group such as a board, a committee, or a deliberative assembly.

LIBRARIAN
CHAIRMAN
DIRECTOR
a person who is in charge of an activity, department, or organization.
MUSEUM STAFF Onewhomanagesoroversees,astheadministrativedirectorofamuseumcollection
SECRETARIAT
SECURITY
MAINTENANCE

anofficeresponsibleforthesecretarial,clerical,andadministrativeaffairsofalegislativebody,executivecouncil,orinte
rnationalorganization
people responsible of the state of being free from danger and security
the people responsible for the work of keeping the office in proper condition

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

SPACE PROGRAM WORKSHEET


Space

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Lobby
Administrative Office
Human Resource Management
General Appropriations Act Section
Supplies Management Section
Records Section
General Services Section

Conference Room
Receiving Area
Pantry

Toilet

COMMISSIONERS
Office of the Chairman
Staffs Office
Board of Commissioners
Conference Room
Receiving Area
Pantry

Toilet

EXECUTIVES
Office of the Executive Director

Office of the Deputy Executive Director

Description
# of Users

ENTRANCE OF A
15
BUILDING
ADMINISTRATION
6
OF THE AGENCY
OFFICE FOR THE
WORKFORCE OF
5
THE AGENCY
OFFICE FOR THE
AGENCY FUND
5
MANAGEMENT
OFFICE FOR THE
SUPPLIES OF THE
6
AGENCY
OFFICE FOR THE
RECORDS AND
6
DATA COLLECTION
OFFICE FOR THE
GENERAL NEEDS
15
OF THE AGENCY
AREA FOR
MEETINGS AND
20
GATHERINGS OF
THE OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
5
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD
AND DINING
8
SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR
HYGEINIC
2
PURPOSES

Classification

OFFICE FOR THE


HEAD
COMMISSIONER
OFFICE FOR THE
STAFF OF
CHAIRMAN
OFFICE FOR THE
COMMITTEES
AREA FOR
MEETINGS AND
GATHERINGS OF
THE OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD
AND DINING
SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR
HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

OFFICE FOR THE


EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
OFFICE FOR THE
DEPUTY
EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER LIGHTING, POWER


DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINETS
LIGHTING, POWER

SEMI PUBLIC

Area

Circulation (30%)

Estimated Area

75.3

22.59

97.89

5.02

30.12

9.036

39.156

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINETS
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

32.63

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINETS
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

32.63

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINETS
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

30.12

9.036

39.156

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINETS
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

30.12

9.036

39.156

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINETS
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

75.3

22.59

97.89

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR,
PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

100.4

30.12

130.52

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

32.63

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING LIGHTING, POWER,


TABLE
PLUMBING

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

5.02

1.506

6.526

5.02

20.08

6.024

26.104

5.02

20.08

6.024

26.104

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR,
PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

200.8

60.24

261.04

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING LIGHTING, POWER,


TABLE
PLUMBING

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

5.02

1.506

6.526

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

5.02

1.506

6.526

PRIVATE

Space Factor

5.02

40
5

Utilities

PRIVATE

1
4

Furnitures

SPACE PROGRAM WORKSHEET


PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND INFORMATION OFFICE
Head Office

Staff

Conference Room
Receiving Area
Pantry

Toilet

SPECIAL OFFICE
International Affairs Office
Legal Service Office
GAMABA

Conference Room
Receiving Area

Pantry
Toilet

SENTRO RIZAL
Library
Librarian's Office
Photocopying Office
Toilet

ARTS SECTION OFFICE


Arts Office
Plan Policy Formulation and Programming
Section

OFFICE FOR THE


HEAD OF PUBLIC
AFFAIRS OFFICE
OFFICE FOR THE
STAFF OF
EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
AREA FOR
MEETINGS AND
GATHERINGS OF
THE OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD
AND DINING
SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR
HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

OFFICE FOR
INTERNATIONAL
AFFAIRS ISSUES
OFFICE FOR LEGAL
MATTERS OF THE
AGENCY
OFFICE FOR
HERITAGE
COMMITTEE
AREA FOR
MEETINGS AND
GATHERINGS OF
THE OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD
AND DINING
SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR
HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

AREA FOR BOOK


READING
OFFICE FOR THE
LIBRARY STAFF
OFFICE FOR THE
PHOTOCOPYING
AREA FOR
HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

OFFICE FOR ARTS


ISSUES OF THE
PHILIPPINES
ARTS DIVISION FOR
POLICY

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

5.02

1.506

6.526

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

40.16

12.048

52.208

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR,
PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

100.4

30.12

130.52

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING LIGHTING, POWER,


TABLE
PLUMBING

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

32.63

PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

32.63

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

32.63

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR,
PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

100.4

30.12

130.52

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING LIGHTING, POWER,


TABLE
PLUMBING

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

SHELVES, TABLES,
CHAIRS
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET

20
5
8

5
5
5

20
5
8

40
3
4

PUBLIC
PRIVATE
PUBLIC

8
3

LIGHTING, POWER

0.65

26

7.8

33.8

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

20.08

6.024

26.104

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
LIGHTING, POWER
DESK, CHAIR, FILE

5.02

40.16

12.048

52.208

SPACE PROGRAM WORKSHEET


HERITAGE SECTION OFFICE
Cultural Heritage Office

Heritage Office
Plan Policy Formulation and Programming Section
Program Monitoring and Evaluation Section
Conference Room
Receiving Area

Pantry
Toilet

DISSEMINATION SECTION OFFICE


Cultural Dissemination Office
Plan Policy Formulation and Programming Section
Program Monitoring and Evaluation Section

Conference Room
Receiving Area
Pantry
Toilet

TRADITIONAL ARTS SECTION OFFICE


Traditional Arts Office

Plan Policy Formulation and Programming Section

Program Monitoring and Evaluation Section

Conference Room
Receiving Area
Pantry
Toilet

OFFICE FOR THE


ADMINISTRATORS OF
HERITAGE SITES
OFFICE FOR HERITAGE
ISSUES OF THE
PHILIPPINES
HERITAGE DIVISION FOR
POLICY FORMULATION
HERITAGE DIVISION FOR
PROGRAM MONITORING
AREA FOR MEETINGS AND
GATHERINGS OF THE
OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD AND
DINING SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

OFFICE FOR
DISSEMINATION ISSUES OF
THE PHILIPPINES
DISSEMINATION DIVISION
FOR POLICY FORMULATION
DISSEMINATION DIVISION
FOR PROGRAM
MONITORING
AREA FOR MEETINGS AND
GATHERINGS OF THE
OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD AND
DINING SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

OFFICE FOR TRADITIONAL


ARTS ISSUES OF THE
PHILIPPINES
TRADITIONAL ARTS
DIVISION FOR POLICY
FORMULATION
TRADITIONAL ARTS
DIVISION FOR PROGRAM
MONITORING
AREA FOR MEETINGS AND
GATHERINGS OF THE
OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD AND
DINING SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

PLAN AND POLICY FORMULATION AND PROGRAMMING DIVISION


OFFICE FOR PLANNING
Planning and Policy Office
AND POLICY MATTERS
OFFICE FOR THE
Management and Information System Office
MANAGEMENT OF THE
OFFICE
OFFICE FOR THE PROJECTS
Institutional Projects Section
OF THE AGENCY
OFFICE FOR THE PUBLIC
Eligibility and Grants Processing Unit
REQUESTS TO GRANT
AREA FOR MEETINGS AND
Conference Room
GATHERINGS OF THE
OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
Receiving Area
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD AND
Pantry
DINING SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
Toilet
PURPOSES

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

20.08

6.024

26.104

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

10.04

3.012

13.052

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR, PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

25.05

7.515

32.565

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING TABLE

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PRIVATE
3

PRIVATE

15
5
8
2

4
3

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR, PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

25.05

7.515

32.565

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PRIVATE

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

20.08

6.024

26.104

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

15
5
8
2

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING TABLE

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

20.08

6.024

26.104

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR, PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

25.05

7.515

32.565

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING TABLE

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

15
5
8
2

PRIVATE

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

30.12

9.036

39.156

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

30.12

9.036

39.156

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

30.12

9.036

39.156

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

20.08

6.024

26.104

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR, PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

50.1

15.03

65.13

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING TABLE

1.67

13.36

4.008

17.368

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PRIVATE
6

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

PRIVATE

30
5
8
2

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

SPACE PROGRAM WORKSHEET


NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FUND FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS DIVISION
OFFICE FOR THE HEAD OF
Office of the Comptroller
FUNDS
OFFICE FOR THE BUDGETS
Budgeting Section
OF THE AGENCY
OFFICE FOR THE
Accounting Section
ACCOUNTING ISSUES OF
THE AGENCY
OFFCE FOR THE PAYMENT
Cashiering Section
NEEDS OF THE PUBLIC
OFFICE FOR THE AUDITING
Audit Section
ISSUES OF THE AGENCY
OFFICE FOR THE
Finance Section
FINANCING OF THE
AGENCY
AREA FOR MEETINGS AND
Conference Room
GATHERINGS OF THE
OFFICE
AREA FOR PUBLIC
Receiving Area
RECEIVING
AREA FOR FOOD AND
Pantry
DINING SIMILAR TO
KITCHEN
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
Toilet
PURPOSES

AUDITORIUM CENTER
Auditorium
AVR
Control Room
Utility Room
Storage
Toilet

GALLERIES
Exhibit Hall
Function Hall
Museum
Office
Storage

WORKSHOP
Studio for Arts and Crafts
Studio for Performing Arts
Music Room
Storage
Toilet

CAFETERIA
Kitchen
Service
Counter
Dining Area
Toilet

OTHER SPACES
Security Office
Maintenance

Storage
Parking

AREA FOR THEATRICAL


ACTIVITIES
AREA FOR AUDIO VISUAL
AND SEMINAR ACTIVITIES
AREA FOR AUDITORIUM
CONTROLS
AREA FOR AUDITORIUM
UTILITIES
AREA FOR STORAGE
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

AREA FOR TEMPORARY


EXHIBITS
AREA FOR BIG
GATHERINGS AND EVENTS
AREA FOR GALLERIES
OFFICE FOR THE MUSEUM
AREA FOR STORAGE

AREA FOR ARTS AND


CRAFTS ACTIVITIES
AREA FOR PERFORMING
ARTS ACTIVITIES
AREA FOR MUSICAL
ACTIVITIES
AREA FOR STORAGE
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

FOOD PREPARATION AREA


AREA FOR RECEIVING OF
GOODS
AREA FOR FOOD
TRANSACTION
AREA FOR DINING
AREA FOR HYGEINIC
PURPOSES

OFFICE FOR SURVEILANCE


AND SECURITY
AREA FOR MAINTENANCE
NEEDS OF THE
STRUCTURE
AREA FOR STORAGE OF
UTILITIES AND
MAINTENANCE
AREA FOR PARKING
VEHICLES

1
5

PRIVATE
PRIVATE

12

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

5.02

1.506

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

6.526
32.63

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

60.24

18.072

78.312

LIGHTING, POWER

13.052

5.02

10.04

3.012

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

25.1

7.53

32.63

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER

5.02

15.06

4.518

19.578

SEMI PUBLIC

DESK, CHAIR, PLATFORM

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

66.8

20.04

86.84

PUBLIC

COUCH, COUNTER

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

23.25

6.975

30.225

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, DINING TABLE

13.36

4.008

17.368

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

1.67

PRIVATE

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PUBLIC

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

1002

300.6

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

33.4

10.02

43.42

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

13.95

4.185

18.135

PUBLIC
PRIVATE

PLATFORM, CHAIRS
CHAIRS, SHELVES,
PLATFORM
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
SHELVES, LOCKERS

15.06
4.65

4.518
1.395

19.578
6.045

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

5.02
4.65

PRIVATE

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

PUBLIC

SHELVES

LIGHTING, POWER

0.65

26

7.8

33.8

PUBLIC
PUBLIC

TABLES, CHAIRS
SHELVES
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET
SHELVES, LOCKERS

LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER

1.67
0.65

167
26

50.1
7.8

217.1
33.8

LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER

5.02
4.65

30.12
4.65

9.036
1.395

39.156
6.045

PRIVATE
PRIVATE

CHAIRS, TABLES,
PLATFORM
CHAIRS, TABLES,
PLATFORM
CHAIRS, TABLES,
PLATFORM
SHELVES, LOCKERS

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

PRIVATE
2

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET
DESK, CHAIR, FILE
CABINET

PRIVATE

40
5
8
2

600
20
3
3
1
2

40
100
40
6

PUBLIC
PRIVATE

PRIVATE
PRIVATE

40
40
40
1
10

6
4
3
40
2

10

PRIVATE
PRIVATE

1302.6

LIGHTING, POWER

0.65

26

7.8

LIGHTING, POWER

0.65

26

7.8

33.8

LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

1.67
4.65

66.8
4.65

20.04
1.395

86.84
6.045

0.6

1.8

7.8

PRIVATE

COUNTER, SHELVES

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

18.6

5.58

24.18

PRIVATE
PUBLIC

SHELVES
CHAIRS, TABLES

5.02
5.02

15.06
200.8

4.518
60.24

19.578
261.04

PRIVATE

LAVATORY, WC

LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER
LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

0.6

1.2

0.36

1.56

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

PRIVATE

LIGHTING, POWER

1.67

16.7

5.01

21.71

PRIVATE

DESK, CHAIR, FILE


CABINET

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

1.67

8.35

2.505

10.855

PRIVATE

SHELVES, LOCKERS

LIGHTING, POWER,
PLUMBING

PUBLIC

NONE

LIGHTING, POWER

4.65

27.9

4.65

36.27

1.395

8.37

4.65

15

33.8

LIGHTING, POWER,
LAVATORY, RANGE, TABLES PLUMBING

1
0

PRIVATE

1697

6.045

0
5,363,332

ZONING CLASSIFICATION
Zone 1: Administrative Division

Lobby

Administrative Office

Human Resource Management

General Appropriations Act Section

Supplies Management Section

Records Section

General Services Section

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 3: Executives

Office of the Executive Director

Office of the Deputy Executive Director

Staffs Office

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 2: Commissioners

Office of the Chairman

Staffs Office

Board of Commissioners

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 4: Public Affairs and Information

Head Office

Staff

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

ZONING CLASSIFICATION
Zone 5: Special Offices

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS OFFICE

LEGAL SERVICE OFFICE

GAMABA

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 6: Sentro Rizal

Library

Librarians Office

Photocopying Office

Toilet

Zone 7: Arts Section Office

Arts Office

Plan/Policy Formulation and Programming Section

Program Monitoring and Evaluation Section

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 8: Heritage Section Office

Cultural Heritage Office

Heritage Office

Plan/Policy Formulation and Programming


Section

Program Monitoring and Evaluation Section

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

ZONING CLASSIFICATION
Zone 9: Dissemination Section Office

Cultural Dissemination Office

Plan/Policy Formulation and Programming Section

Program Monitoring and Evaluation Section

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 11: Plan and Policy Office

Planning and Policy Office

Management and Information System Office

Institutional Projects Section

Eligibility and Grants Processing Unit

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 10: Traditional Arts Section Office

Traditional Arts Office

Plan/Policy Formulation and Programming


Section

Program Monitoring and Evaluation Section

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

Zone 12: NEFCA

Office of the Comptroller

Budgeting Section

Accounting Section

Cashiering Section

Audit Section

Finance Section

Conference Room

Receiving Area

Pantry & Toilet

ZONING CLASSIFICATION
Zone 13: Auditorium Center

Auditorium

AVR

Control Room

Utility Room

Storage

Toilet
Zone 15: Workshop Center

Studio for Arts and Crafts

Studio for Performing Arts

Music Room

Storage

Toilet
Zone 17: Other Spaces

Security Office

Maintenance

Storage

Parking

Zone 14: Galleries

Exhibit Hall

Function Hall

Museum

Office

Storage

Zone 16: Cafeteria

Kitchen

Service

Counter

Dining Area

Toilet

FUNCTIONAL ZONING
PRIVATE

SEMI PUBLIC

PUBLIC

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION

PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND


INFORMATION OFFICE

SENTRO RIZAL

COMMISSIONERS

SPECIAL OFFICE

GALLERIES

EXECUTIVES

AUDITORIUM CENTER

WORKSHOP AREA

ART SECTION OFFICE

OTHERS

CAFETERIA

HERITAGE SECTION OFFICE

DISSEMINATION OFFICE

TRADITIONAL ARTS OFFICE

PLAN AND POLICY


FORMULATION

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT
FUND
FOR CULTURE AND ARTS

ADJACENCY MATRIX
Administrative Division
Commissioners
Executives
Public Affairs and
Information
Special Offices
Sentro Rizal
Arts Section Office
Heritage Section Office
Dissemination Section
Office
Traditional Arts Section
Office
Plan and Policy Office
NEFCA
Auditorium Center
Galleries
Workshop Center
Cafeteria
Toilet
Security
Maintenance
Parking

PROXIMITY
PROXIMITY
PROXIMITY

NECESSARY
ESSENTIAL
NOT NECESSARY

INTER RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM


EXECUTIV
ES

COMMISSIO
NERS

PUBLIC
AFFAIRS
AND
INFORMATI
ON OFFICE

PLAN &
POLICY
FORMULA
TION
DIVISION
ARTS
SECTIO
N
OFFICE

CAFETERI
A

HERITAGE
SECTION
OFFICE

NATIONAL
ENDOWME
NT FUND
FOR
CULTURE
AND ARTS
DIVISION

SENTRO
RIZAL

DISSEMINA
TION
SECTION
OFFICE

SPECIAL
OFFICES
TRADITIO
NAL ARTS
SECTION

AUDITORIUM
CENTER

ADMINISTR
ATIVE
DIVISION
LEGEND:
MAJOR ADJACENCY
MINOR ADJACENCY
NOT RELATED

WORKSH
OP
FACILITY

GALLERIE
S

OTHER
SPACES

APPROACH ON ADAPTIVE REUSE OF THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE


FOR THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR CULTURE AND
THE ARTS CULTURAL COMPLEX AGENCY

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT
DE GUZMAN, Jonah Neill Bryan D. |
2010122707

ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT
PALIMPSE
written surface that
ST Any
has been erased and used

Implication of the essence of the past


while incorporating the present needs
of the community.

Preserving character, transforming


purpose.

for a new text. (medieval


parchments) can be
applied metaphorically to
recycled architecture.

New economic realities


and changing public
attitudes towards the
national heritage.

Modifies, alters, extends


and re-arranges on a built
over structure is a kind of
palimpsest

ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT

Interior: Views
The existing plan of theater is a
combination of edges and curves, and this
enables the future users to transform a
simple view into a different perspective

STRUCTURAL CONCEPT

Shoring

Permanent support
Structural alterations.
Like adaptation work, no two
shoring operations are the
same. Each one must be
considered on its own merits in
terms of duration of use,
loading condition, risk of
structural failure, and need for
protection of people and the
environment

Retrofit: Retain and Restore

All possible structural technology


and improve the strength.
Engineering Studies of
Metropolitan Theater 2006 by
Schema Konsult Inc.

UTILITY CONCEPT

Engineering Studies of Metropolitan


Theater by Schema Konsult:
Concept for the electrical, lighting,
acoustics, vegetation and the like were
provided with detailed plans and has
been conducted researches to revive,
restore and improve the said needs of
the deteriorating structure.

Landscaping
Ecological
Soak ways
Roof plantings
Rehabilitate Vegetations

Rainwater Harvesting
Irrigation
Help avoid, reduce
and delay surface
water run off which
causes immediate
flooding