Antonio Oppen Corral Jr. is a Bacolod-based architect and a University of Sto. Tomas alumnus who established his practice in 1970 shortly after his training under noted architect William Coscolluela. Over the decades, his firm has been striving to provide up-to-date and adaptive solutions to address the client’s aspiration and provisions. Artistry, practicality and stability are his guiding principles, achieved mainly through effective communication, design innovation and intensive planning process.
Intermingling artistry, practicality and stability in creating structure and environment, we deliver our targeted outcome based on economy and client satisfaction. In each development we strive for innovation and creativity, wherein the processes of exploring ideas are fundamental at the beginning of our chosen endeavor. To fully comprehend the vision of our client, we need to understand what kind of issues they wish to address. Before we can come up with a solution we must first know the core essence of what we are trying to solve. Clear intentions and a rational exploration of the facility’s needs are essential in developing a cohesive concept and design in collaboration with our clients and interactions with our construction and design allies.