Manila’s cityscape was, and is, host to several world class and amazing architectural masterpieces. These are landmarks that shaped not only the city, but the lives fo the people who experienced these structures.
We honor Manila’s rich architectural heritage by shedding light on the individuals who designed these landmarks, the architects whose works became part of our collective memory and history.
Lyric Theater’s architectural style is Neo-Mudejar. It was built and first opened in 1917. It was renovated by De La Cantera in 1923. It was destroyed in 1937 and was renovated by Pablo Antonio but was demolished in 1970s to 1980s.