Our proposal for the competition that Arts Council Malta launched earlier this year, for their installation at the London Design Biennale.
‘Follow the water’ is a reaction to the imminent water crisis that Malta and many other countries have to urgently tackle. By working with the existing water element in the square and re-interpreting its grid in a playful yet sober manner, the proposal expresses the transformative and communicative power of design while responding to the radical social and environmental changes at the core of the brief.
The entrance to Pape Nature Park is announced by a small gate in-between tree lines in an otherwise uninterrupted landscape.Full project details →
AP Valletta transform BOZAR’s upper galleries into a passageway of curiosities. Situated in the Belgian Centre for Fine Arts BOZAR, the exhibition ‘Malta: Land of Sea’ presents the country as an age-old crossroad and interprets the cultural landscape as a space of land and sea.Full project details →
The Malta Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale is a complex installation that brings together the work of thirteen artists and a diverse selection of artifacts from national and private collections, in a non-hierarchical and a-chronological set up.Full project details →
As Associate Architects with Renzo Piano Building Workshop, AP took care of the regeneration project of the main entrance of Valletta: the gate, the new house of Parliament and the restoration of the ruins of the old Opera House, which was turned into an open air theatre.Full project details →
This project originated from work sent by Jon Tarry; a screed drawing 30/180cm on gabriano 200gsm with graphite, water base medium and 3 crossed lines.Full project details →
The brief posed by the client was for the renovation of a third-floor apartment within a Grade II listed Victorian building, and its transformation into a high-end four-bedroom home in London.Full project details →
The brief was the renovation of a basement flat in west London. We were asked by our client to provide a high-end two-bedroom apartment consolidating the particular characteristics of the existing interiors yet providing new connections.Full project details →
Mixed development in Montenegro for a new residential area with amenities.Full project details →
Large domed spaces are flanked by meandering arcades dividing the vehicular routes from large pedestrian walkways over the Terengganu River.Full project details →
The parameters that generated the scheme for the competition for the university library of Rostock were firstly, the integration of education and recreation and, secondly, the ease with which information could be retrieved in the library itself.Full project details →
This small-scale renovation project of a Victorian warehouse space in East London started just after we concluded Stanhope Gardens across the city.Full project details →
Proud and austere, the well-proportioned façade of the former Amstelhof faces one of the longer uninterrupted water paths in Amsterdam. However, there is weak pedestrian accessibility. The entrance to Hermitage Amsterdam is hardly recognisable from the canal side, leading through a former service access into the beautiful inner courtyard of the museum.Full project details →