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 concept behind the design of the new wing of the Phoenicia Hotel hosting a new Spa is rooted into the memory of ancient roman baths and their positive benefits both on the body and the spirit.Full project details →
The Coach House is a Grade 1 Scheduled Property located in the heart of the village of Balzan, within the Urban Conservation Area. Historically, the property is thought to have primarily served as a service building intrinsically connected to the adjacent Palazzo Bosio.Full project details →
The entrance to Pape Nature Park is announced by a small gate in-between tree lines in an otherwise uninterrupted landscape.Full project details →
The new GO Tech Centre at the Industrial Estate of Bulebel in Zejtun provides a prime example of AP’s sustainable design philosophy.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 →
The Creek once again unites, rather than divides the residential quarters of the Three Cities, through a continuous 2.5 km long promenade, linking Senglea’s and Vittoriosa’s waterfronts with gardens and public spaces, retaining the industrial heritage of the dockyard.Full project details →
Mixed development in Montenegro for a new residential area with amenities.Full project details →
It is understandable that a large scale development like Tigné Point should contain the contradictions and complexities that arise when onerous commercial targets are married to a rich building tradition and the specificity of a historic site.Full project details →
The Malta Stock Exchange operates today from 19th century Garrison chapel, built at the time of the Crimean War as a school and place of worship for the allied troops passing through Malta on their way to battle.Full project details →
This project aims at intensifying and accelerating the urban experience through clash and disjunction on the one hand, and by absorbing and assimilating the lessons of Malta’s past urban experiences, on the other.Full project details →