Central Public Library Area Regeneration Proposal

A regeneration proposal for the Central Public Library area, which aims at injecting new life into the existing building while restoring and enhancing its genius loci, to create e new safe, open, green space.

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Museum of Literature

A regeneration project which stems from the need of giving to locals and visitors a space where to reconnect and recharge through books and literature, delve into Maltese literature’s history and discover an oasis for intellectual stimulus and spiritual wellbeing even during the most hectic days. 

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Phoenicia Spa

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.

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Villa Kaffis

Villa Kaffis lies on the top of a hill in the quiet residential neighbourhood of Victoria Gardens. A playful yet sophisticated combination of materials – limestone, wood and concrete, balances the vernacular and the modern soul of the Villa, creating a subtle contrast between the voids and volumes, opacity and transparency, the organic and the man-made.

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Dingli Garden Extension

A new extension for a farmhouse on the top of a panoramic hill, whose concept originates from the spirit of the ancient civilizations who chose this special site with its spectacular views to provide the ideal link between our world and the afterlife. 

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Four Sappers

AP Valletta has started a regeneration journey with the renovation of its historical building. AP has positioned itself as part of a creative cluster in Sappers Street Valletta. The idea of bringing together creative enterprises next to each other is to stimulate them as drivers for urban regeneration, innovation and branding. No. 4 Sappers Street is an opportunity to create a unique hub entirely dedicated to the cultivation of new ideas in Valletta. The creative cluster is designed to be fully integrated in its urban surrounding and historical context.

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Grand Harbour Palazzo

This is the story of a Palazzo in Valletta. Among its stunning ruins there are many hidden ‘treasures’, buried in dust and trash. Thanks to its new owners, the building will finally get the chance to rise from its own ashes.

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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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Playspace

PLAYSPACE consists of a game which prompts children to consider the spaces they inhabit through architecture props and stories. It encourages play and imagination, inviting young participants to create new and fantastical scenarios for the realm of tarmac.

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St. John’s Co-Cathedral

AP is working on the rehabilitation and extension of the most important museum on the island. Besides restoring and reusing the neglected and underutilised historical spaces annexed to the Cathedral, we designed an extension like a monumental reliquary to house a very precious set of tapestries.

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GO Technical Centre

The new GO Tech Centre at the Industrial Estate of Bulebel in Zejtun provides a prime example of AP’s sustainable design philosophy.

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Manoel Theatre

We developed extensive experience in restoration and regeneration of complex heritage buildings thanks to projects like Manoel Theatre, where we are resident architects since 1996.

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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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Instant Domestic Enclosure

IDE is the design of portable house combining sustainable concepts with high standards of domestic design.

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