Photo courtesy of the Camera Club of Negros. Photo by Billy Lopue. Caption courtesy of the Heritage Conservation Society. (May 2012)
This heritage house is a mix of the classic bahay na bato and the horizontal clapboard style of the American period. All levels are of wood, with glass sliding windows in single panes, more proto-modernist than classic in flavor. The espejo or transom has now been stripped down to geometric vertical forms.