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Casa Meycauayan (Las Casas Filipinas de Azcuzar)
Philippines

Casa Meycauyan

Owner of the house: Escota / Manuel Urrutia

Original location: San Fernando, Pampanga/Meycauayan, Bulacan

Year of Construction: 1913

Year of Reconstruction: 2005

Originally constructed in 1913 in San fernando, Pampanga, the house was owned by the Escota family. Using exactly the same materials and design, the house was reconstructed at No. 50 Provincial Rd, Barrio Hulo, Meycauayan, Bulacan in the 1950's and was later acquired by Rogelio Urrutia who came from prominent family in Meycauayan. This served the venue for the family gatherings. Constructed out of adobe stone on the ground floor and wood on the upper floor in the typical "Bahay na Bato" style. the house was generally a classic example of the passive cooling ventilation adopted throughout the entire structure. Continuous media aguas (lower eaves) are found all throughout the top of the second floor sliding windows.

Ventillas (lower windows) were also secured with decorative wooden grills. The house has exquisite Art Noveau motif made of plain G.I. sheets. (Source: Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar leaflet)

Copyright: Michael Malag
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 18/04/2014
Uploaded: 30/04/2014
Updated: 06/01/2019
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Tags: bataan; philippines; park; heritage
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