The Munchies

An artist com­mu­nity comes alive in this Manila home

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A spin on Girl and Boy Scout cook­ies by The Dough Dealer’s Mano Lotho

Neck­ties as cur­tains? Golf clubs as cur­tain hold­ers? The imag­i­na­tion’s the limit at 10 A Alabama. Home to Res­ur­rec­tion Fur­ni­ture and Found Ob­jects Gallery, you can shop for ev­ery­day ob­jects re­born into pieces like a drawer made from a CPU to a ta­ble trans­formed from an elec­tric fan. The team be­hind it is ar­chi­tect Leah Sanchez, in­te­rior de­signer Bing­goy de Ocampo, and col­lage artist Ar­lene Bar­baza. 10 A Alabama is an ac­tual house that func­tions as a show­room, work­shop, and three times a year, the venue for an arts and crafts fair. The fair is Etsy come to life. Show­cas­ing the work of in­de­pen­dent artists, prod­ucts range from em­broi­dered art­work and quirky terrariums, to home­made Harry Pot­ter wands.

10 A Alabama. 10 A Alabama Street, Que­zon City. al­aba­ma10a@gmail.com. www.face­book.com/10aAlabama.

Stick­ers by Ella Lama

Note­book dec­o­rated with math flash­card

10 A Alabama's en­trance

Wall piece by Mary Vel­monte of the Takatak Project

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