Visual Presentation of Guerilla Museum in Corregidor Island, Philippines: A Proposed Miniature
The Guerilla Museum was a proposed structure to demonstrate Guerrillas who waged their lives on battlefields when Filipinos were colonized by the conquerors. This museum shows the historical events and conserves a collection of artifacts and objects that are of artistic, cultural, and historical importance. Many museums in the Philippines make these items available for public viewing through exhibits that may be temporary or permanent. The Guerilla Museumhas reintroduced the history, which is located at Corregidor Island. It has foreseen the inputs and outputs of historical description, and it was decided to construct an architectural museum in which the city can offer its cultural and architectural diversity most comfortably and correctly. The Guerilla Museum, which is the symbol of the indigenous historical aspects, is considered as a metaphor and physical attribute of the interior design, and the Eagle in the roof is visualized as the bravery of Filipinos when it was being built. The research method of design utilized in this project was quantitative analysis. The participants of the study were limited to 15 Architecture students and 15 Civil Engineer students who assessed the level of acceptability of the visual presentation of the Guerilla Museum at Corregidor Island, Philippines: A proposed miniature. The assessment of the two groups of respondents obtained a composite mean of 3.93, which was regarded as highly acceptable in response of Architecture students, and 4.05, which was interpreted as highly acceptable in terms of the response of Civil Engineer students. In terms of concept, Architecture students obtained 3.93, which was interpreted as highly acceptable, and engineer students achieved 4.00, which was interpreted as highly acceptable. In terms of the design, Architecture students obtained 3.85, which was interpreted as acceptable, and engineer students achieved 4.30, which was interpreted as highly acceptable. In terms of the feasibility aspect, Architecture students obtained 4.05, which was interpreted as highly acceptable, and engineer students achieved 4.05, which was interpreted as highly acceptable. In terms of presentation, Architecture students obtained 4.13, which was interpreted as highly acceptable, and Civil Engineer students achieved 4.05, which was interpreted as highly acceptable. The results showed that the project can be improved as follows: (1) the strength of the materials must be accurately used, (2) the researchers should apply the concept of basic architecture and use the Code of Ethics to manipulate the appearance of the museum, and (3) the researchers must improve the interior design.