Cuison Residence


This home in Eastville Filinvest is represented by modern block architecture, highlighted by sandstone finishes and large windows.
The plan is L-shaped at ground level, with the living room, dining room, kitchen, and multi-purpose room all opening up to the pool area, and U-shaped at the second floor where a wing protrudes over a lap pool below. The house is designed for an abundance of natural light and ventilation, and visual linkages from space to space.

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Studio Evangelista
Unit 2F 154 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Quezon City, Metro Manila 1101

Mobile: +63918 904 5526 / +63917 891 0610

Our Works


  1. West Fairview Townhouses, West Fairview, Q.C., ongoing
  2. Domingo Residence, Sun Valley, Antipolo, ongoing
  3. Renovation of Gonzales Residence, Muntinlupa, ongoing
  4. Torres Residence, Vista Real Classica, Q.C., ongoing
  5. Chavez Residence, Tierra Pura, Q.C., ongoing. Design consultancy.
  6. Reyes Residence, Cinco Hermanos, Marikina City, 2013
  7. Ferrolino Residence, Vista Real, Q.C., 2013
  8. Cuison Residence, Filinvest East, Marikina City, 2013
  9. Yotoko Residence, Ateneoville, Marikina City, 2012
  10. Renovation of Evangelista Residence, Miranila Homes, Q.C., 2012
  11. Mud House, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, 2012
  12. Avila Residence, Better Living, Paranaque, 2011
  13. Castro Residence, Talisay, Batangas, 2010
  14. De Castro Residence, Alabang Hills, 2010
  15. Diokno Residence, Tierra Bella, Q.C., 2010
  16. Regidor Residence, Greenville, Cainta, 2010
  17. Varela Residence, Sun Valley, Montalban, 2009
  18. Borres Residence,  Cinco Hermanos, Marikina City, 2009
  19. Sta. Monica Residence, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, 2008
  20. Vergara Residence, Bay, Laguna, 2007
  21. Mandap Residence, Filinvest II, Q.C., 2007
  22. Reyes Residence, Portofino, Muntinlupa, 2007
  23. Sarmiento Residence, Cinco Hermanos, Marikina City, 2007
  24. Barcial Residence, Eastville, Cainta, 2007
  25. Trinidad Residence, Eastville, Cainta, 2007
  26. Padua Residence, Ponderosa Leisure Farms, Cavite, 2007
  27. Paz Residence, Loyola Grand Villas, Q.C., 2006
  28. Alingog Residence, Ayala Hillside Estates, Q.C., 2006
  29. Abad Residence, Miranila Homes, Q.C., 2006
  30. Demontano Residence, Don Antonio Heights, Q.C., 2005
  31. Rosario Residence, BF Resort, Las Pinas, 2005
  32. Fernando Residence, Greenwoods Subdivision, Cainta, 2004
  33. Renovation of Tung Residence, Corinthian Gardens, Q.C., 2003
  34. Renovation of Josef Residence, La Vista, Q.C., 2003
  35. Renovation of Racadio Residence, Makati City, 2003
  36. Evangelista Residence, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, 2001
  37. Peplow Residence, Sta. Mesa Heights, Q.C., 1999
  38. Kimpo Beach House, Zamboanga, 1998
  39. Reysio-Cruz Residence, Miranila Homes, Q.C., 1994



  1. University of the Philippines, Pampanga, Academic Building, Clark, Pampanga, ongoing
  2. University of the Philippines, Pampanga, Student Dormitory, Clark, Pampanga, ongoing
  3. Barrameda-Fuentes Building, E. Abada, Q.C., 2013
  4. Luz Commercial Building, Lipa, Batangas, 2012
  5. Sta. Ana Commercial Building, Sikatuna Village, Q.C., 2009
  6. Southeast Asia Interdisciplinary and Development Institute (SAIDI), Center for Applied Research, Antipolo City, Rizal, 2007
  7. Guild Securities, Inc., Satellite Office Virra Mall, Greenhills, Q.C., 2007
  8. Masbate 5-storey commercial-residential building, Masbate, 2007
  9. Chua Commercial Building, Manila, 2006
  10. Southeast Asia Interdisciplinary and Development Institute (SAIDI), School of Organizational Development, Antipolo City, Rizal, 2005
  11. Union-Leaf Tobacco Corp. Executive Offices, Agoo, La Union, 2005
  12. Renovation of the Intel Cafeteria / Multi-purpose Hall, Cavite, 2004
  13. Ford Showroom and Service Center, Imus, Cavite, 2004
  14. One Kennedy Place, 3-storey commercial building, Greenhills, Q.C., 2004
  15. Union Leaf Tobacco Corp (ULTC) Industrial Facility, Agoo, La Union, 2004



  1. UP School of Economics, Audio Visual Room, Diliman, Q.C., 2010
  2. Loyola Grand Villas Community Center, Loyola Grand Villas, Q.C., 2007
  3. Holy Angel University Auditorium, Pampanga, 2005, JRPangilinan, Architect, 2005
  4. Alta Productions Studio, Makati, 2003
  5. Renovation of the Saint Andrew Parish Church, Luis Nicanor Aguirre and Associates, Architect, 2002
  6. Sienna College Multi-purpose Hall, 2002
  7. Mapua Institute of Technology AVR and Seminar Rooms, 2002



  1. Bantug Residential Development, Bacolod City, Negros, ongoing
  2. Roxas Sports Complex and Civic Center, Roxas, Palawan, 2009 (Enp on record: Danilo A. Silvestre)
  3. Master Plan, Angeles City, CBD, Angeles, Pampanga, 2009 (Enp on record: Danilo A. Silvestre)
  4. Master Plan, U.P. Pampanga Campus, Clark, Pampanga, 2008
  5. LCC Commercial Complex, Naga City, Albay, 2008
  6. Tanauan Residential Development, Tanauan, Batangas, 2007
  7. Master Plan, Tanabag Residential Development, Puerto Princesa City, 2006
  8. Master Plan, Agoo Memorial Park, Agoo, La Union, 2005
  9. Team Member, Urban Design and Architectural Guidelines, Comprehensive Land Use Plan of the Municipality of Paete, Laguna, 2000
  10. Team Member, Land Use Plan of the Municipality of Baras, Rizal, 1998
  11. Urban Design and Architectural Guidelines, Master Plan for U.P. Mindanao, Mintal, Davao, 1999




About Us

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About the Principal

Alex Evangelista graduated from the University of the Philippines College of Architecture in 1993. That same year he worked for his former professor, Architect Prosperidad C. Luis, at Luis and Associates (L and A), where he carefully learned the complexities of architectural practice. After a year and a half he resigned from L and A to prepare for the board exams, and in 1995 became a licensed architect.

He then took his Masters in Architecture, majoring in Urban Design, at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, N.C., in the United States. Upon returning to the Philippines in 1997, he started teaching at his college alma matter (where he still teaches to this day), while taking up his second graduate program, this time in Urban Planning at the U.P. School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP). Later on, in 2008, he earned a certificate in Housing and Development Management in Lund University, Sweden.

His training and work experience likewise continued in 1997, when together with his college peers, he helped establish AEFD (Abiog, Evangelista, Fresnoza, David) Architects, and later on served as Architectural Consultant to Accura Construction, Inc. (2000-2001). In 2002, he teamed up with his colleagues from the U.P. College of Architecture to incorporate the Center for the Designed Environment Professionals (CDEP), a seminar and review center for licensure exams in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design.

In the meantime, he began working on personal projects from his home office, mostly residential, but also some institutional, commercial, and urban planning. After several years and numerous projects, he decided to formally set up his own group, Studio Evangelista.

Studio Team

Studio Evangelista is a group of architects composed of its principal and junior architects, either former students of Arch. Evangelista at U.P., or personally handpicked designers and apprentices. Arch. Mark Ong is in charge of construction and Arch. Lyjie Bernabe in charge of production. Arch. Andrea Gonzales Evangelista, with a Masters in Business Administration from the University of the Philippines Cesar E.A. Virata School of Business in Diliman and École Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d’Angers in Budapest, Hungary, has come on board to deal with management of the group.

Since 2007, Studio Evangelista has designed several residential structures, in Metro Manila, Rizal, Cavite, Batangas, and Puerto Princesa, Palawan. The group has also completed commercial and institutional buildings including two U.P. Pampanga Campus buildings in Clark, and urban design and planning projects in Legazpi, Pampanga, and Bacolod City. Additionally, the group also engages in Acoustical Consultancies, including auditorium design.

Studio Evangelista projects have been a result of collaboration from the architects and engineers and the owners, and external factors like site conditions, neighbourhood restrictions, local codes, availability of materials, and budgets. While the group is open to designing according to themes, styles, and innovative technology, the ultimate solution is always guided by the desire to fully satisfy clients, with a focus on value, at par with industry standards, and with sincere commitment to see the project to its completion.