ALCARAZ, Demetrio Jr. C.
Ar Demetrio C. Alcaraz Jr. is currently a Faculty Researcher under the Research Center for Culture, Arts, and the Humanities, an Assistant Professor II at the College of Architecture, both at the University of Santo Tomas. He is also the Principal Architect of D. C. Alcaraz, Jr. & Associates. He graduated with a degree in BS Architecture from the College of Architecture & Fine Arts of the University of Santo Tomas in 1975 and in 2008, finished his MS Architecture, cum laude at UST Graduate School. Ar Alcaraz is a member of the United Architects of the Philippines, Quezon City Chapter. He is also a member of the International Council of Museums.
As the Principal Architect of D. C. Alcaraz Jr & Associates, his projects in Conservation include the Renovation of the Sanctuary of the San Roque Cathedral, the Reconstruction of the Second Monastery of San Agustin, the Rehabilitation of the Inner Court of San Agustin and the partial renovation of the San Sebastian Convent. He is married to Ma. Aleta Mariano and has a daughter, Beatriz.
Master of Science in Architecture (Cum Laude) (University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines)
Bachelor of Science in Architecture (University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines)
Ar. Alcaraz focused on architectural studies of the Ecclesiastical facilities and Churches of the Dominican Order in the Philippines.
Creative Works in Conservation
1. Architectural Survey of the Ruins of the Second Monastery of San Agustin
2. Reconstruction of the Second Monastery of San Agustin
3. Consolidation of the Ruins of San Agustin Walls
4. Redevelopment of the Inner Court of San Agustin Church
5. Renovation of the Sanctuary of San Roque Cathedral, Caloocan
“Santo Domingo Today”, Architectural Appropriation & Consumption after completion until today: Manila, Selected Papers 2017
The Renovation of the Sanctuary of San Roque Cathedral: A case study on Liberation Restoring: NRCP Research Journal 2017
Art Deco, Art Moderne & Streamline Moderne Architecture-Manila:Post-World War II: Manila, Selected Papers 2016
The Reconstruction of the Second Monastery of San Agustin: AATA OnLine(The Getty), Manila, Selected Papers 2010