Phoenicia Hotel

The brief aimed at the insertion of this 1930s hotel within the rehabilitation project for the area spanning between City Gate, the ex-bus terminus and Floriana ex-parade ground.

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St. Paul's Pro Cathedral

There is no building in Malta more symbolic of the presence of the British on the island than St Paul's pro-Cathedral. Its elegant steeple is the most iconic element on the Valletta skyline, a lofty needle piercing the Mediterranean sky.

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Valletta City Gate

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.

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Dock N.1

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.

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Barrakka Lift

This twenty storey high panoramic lift, commissioned by the Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation plc and designed by AP, is located on the edge of Malta’s historic fortified capital city of Valletta.

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Tigne Point

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.

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Valletta Waterfront

The insertion of a new Cruise Passenger Terminal at the foot of the baroque Pinto Stores, develops on the genus loci of Valletta, to add yet another layer to the rich historic stratification of the Grand Harbour.

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Amsterdam Pedestrian Bridge

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.

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