The UP Carillon is one-of-a-kind structure located within the University of the Philippines Diliman Campus, towering 130-feet-high, beige in color, striped with maroon accent, and topped with circular dome. My visualization of UP Carillon derives mostly from my enthusiasm to capture the same exact structural charm and scenic beauty of the plaza.
Historically, the UP carillon tower was originally constructed in 1940 by National Artist Juan Nakpil, Conservatory of Music director Ramon Tapales and UP President Bienvenido Gonzales. Finished on the 1st of August 1952, the UP Carillon is currently located at University of the Philippines, Diliman along the Osmena Avenue, bounded between the U.P. Theater and Sine Adarna. The U.P. Carillon may consider as the only carillon tower in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia that is manually played by a clavier or a wooden keyboard.
|Program Used: SketchUp 8, V-ray 1.6, Kerkythea. Photoshop CS5, Gimp 2, Picasa, Nik Collection, Lunapic|
|UP Carillon: Black and White|
|UP Carillon: Day Scene/ Elevation|
|UP Carillon: Day Scene/ Worms Eye View|
|UP Carillon: Day Scene|
|UP Carillon: Night Scene|
|UP Carillon: Rainy Scene|
|UP Carillon: Sunset Scene|
|UP Carillon Plaza|
|UP Carillon Plaza: NPR|