Agoncillo House in Taal, Batangas
It was the time of transition from Spanish rule to at least an impression of independence, and the Philippine state was slowly evolving to having its own identity. A war was ending, the flag was weaved, and patriotic hymn was composed.
|Living room of the Agoncillos.|
|Marcela Agoncillo sew the Philippine flag with her daughters in Hong Kong where they|
stayed for a time to accompany Felipe in his exile.
|Portraits of the members of the Agoncillo house.|
|The master's bedroom and a dress worn by Marcela Agoncillo.|
|Most the books the Agoncillos read were the classics and serial textbooks on foreign languages.|
But to add anachronism and fun to those scenes of history flashing before us through the material order and space of the residence, my friend took advantage of playing the age-old piano of an Agoncillo daughter and displaced a key in the attempt.
|Watch those decaying keys!|