The first ARAW NG KAPE in the Philippines -- our country's contribution to the International Coffee Day community!
“But we don’t romanticize it that way, we don’t say ‘Grown in the shade of the acacia tree, watered by the tears of virgins,’” Tenorio said lightly.
Beyond just our beans, there is our Filipino Coffee Culture – how we prepare, brew, serve, and love our coffee. Kape Coffee Co. and KKK Coffee believe in Filipino Coffee Culture. Designer Brian Tenorio (www.briantenorio.com) captures a moment of Filipino Coffee Culture in this designer handmade ceramic Trochus Coffee Dripper fashioned after the Trochus Shell,...
I get so frustrated when we import all these coffee-accessories from different countries but we don't develop our own. That's why I made this TROCHUS COFFEE DRIPPER inspired from a shell in the Philippines. Remember coffee is not just something we drink or is just beans in/from this country. There is also such a thing...
I get asked this maybe at least several times a week for my ten years now involved in the shoe industry here in the Philippines. I thought, why not just send them a lead on what to search for online. So here now are my eight recommended steps for those interested in starting to have...
"Kapag may kape, may pake. Kapag may alak, may balak."
We already have trademarks for our various flavors and sub-brands: Kapeng Pandan (Pandan Coffee) Kapeng Salabat (Ginger Coffee) Kapeng Labuyo (Chili Coffee) and of course, KKK Coffee™ and also loving our favorite recipe, Kapeng Ginto!
Brian Tenorio's main focus of study while with Pratt Insitute's Design Management Program is "Design Policy Initiatives in Developing Countries". This study was presented by him and his group at the Metropolitan Museum (New York City) in March 2010.
PDS 2015: set to be the country's first industries-driven gathering of Filipino creatives and enthusiasts in Design
Google "bamboo shank" and see how this tradition has been revisited too by some of the finest shoe-making houses in the world.
Who gets to be part of the coming Philippine DESIGN ADVISORY COUNCIL? What about the Council's responsibilities, functions, and influence? THIS IS PART 2 of my personal notes about the recently-signed RA 10557 (The Philippine Design Policy).
Some of my personal notes about the recently-signed RA 10557 (Philippine Design Policy). Congratulations to the advocates of this bill! And best wishes to The Design Center of the Philippines! Mabuhay ang Philippine Design!