Andres Luna de San Pedro

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Andrés Luna de San Pedro (b. 1886 - d. 1952) was one of the foremost Filipino architects in pre-war Manila and one of the first practitioners of the modernist and revivalist styles in the Philippines. The son of the renowned painter Juan Luna and Paz Pardo de Tavera, San Pedro was born and trained in Paris, France.

Some of his most notable designs include the houses of Alfonso Zobel and Rafael Fernandez, the San Vicente de Paul Chapel and The Crystal Arcade.


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