Built in International style

Administration Building
Built in 1949, architect in Pablo Antonio Sr. (National Artist for Architecture) Architecture is in art deco style (art deco came from the French word “art decoratifs”) emphasizing the 3’s (shape, symmetry and subtlety)  The four monti bas reliefs by Francesco R. Monti (renowned Italian sculptor). Made up of plaster of Paris and Kamagong o 1.
Historical landing of the Chinese on the Philippine soil o 2. First Baptism of the Filipinos by Magellan

o 3. A barrio scene from the Spanish era
o 4. Filipino builders against the background of ships, buildings and vehicles which shows the modern industrialization of the country – art deco celebrated industry  Carara marbles – very expensive marble from Italy (Carrara marble no longer exists)  Gintong Pawis/ Bayanihan by Robert T. Ko – Robert Ko is a professor of Fine Arts in FEU  The mural by Antonio Dumlao ( 60yrs) – Conveys the university mission of training the youth for progress Glass Panels (Stained Glass) by Antonio Dumlao – sarimanok o Bought around 2009 – pays tribute to FEU 80th year anniversary The university purchased the Sarimank stained glass panels in 2009 to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the Administration Building, the FEU Auditorium and the Dumlao mural on the 2nd floor. Central skylight

Formerly the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) during 1950’s-1960’s. All the foremost Filipino and foreign artists performed on its stage. It was the only air-conditioned venue. It had a revolving stage and an orchestra pit making it ideal for many productions.  Various artist performed both local and international artist (eg. Lisa Macuja, Alexandra Danilora, Alexandra Danilova (prima ballerina), Isaac Stern (violinist), Martha Graham (Dance Drama), Leonor Orosa Goquinco (National Artist for Dance) Nick Joaquin (National Artist for Theater) Lamberto & Daisy Avellana (National Artists for Theater)

Lucio San Pedro (National Artist for Music) It houses 1040 seats, it has a revolving stage which is not being use anymore due to too much electricity consumption  Art deco was embellished in the auditorium thru the star diamond shapes on the ceiling. Serve as lighting while the triangle shape serve as air-condition for the ventilation  It complements the color of the university (green and gold)  Plaque of UNESCO and the CCP PLAQUE


Institute seals by Galo Ocampo ( Father of Philippine Heraldry)  Fluvial Festival of San Clemente painted by National Artist for Visual arts, Carlos “Botong” Francisco
Nicanor Reyes Sr. Facts
1st president of FEU – Founder
1st Filipino accountant
He envisioned a school that would promote the teaching of accounting to Filipinos, a profession formerly available only to foreigners. He wanted to prove that Filipinos were capable and trustworthy in handling the hundred of enterprises that would result with the coming of the independence of the country. For that matter, he finished his studies in the USA for him to be capable enough to establish a school that will cater to his visions

He earned an A.B. in 1915 from the University of the Philippines, a bachelor’s degree in Commercial Science from New York University in 1917, and a Master of Arts degree in Business Administration from Columbia University the following year. He received his Ph.D. in Accountancy from Columbia (that’s why he is considered the 1st Filipino accountant) which was also the first degree of its kind to be awarded by Columbia.  The Japanese killed him during the pacific war (world war II) and some members of the family.  Later on his son Nicanor M. Reyes Jr. became the president of FEU

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