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.
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.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 →
Tools, Trades and Traditions in the historical Palazzo de Piro (Mdina) is a unique museum in Malta presenting a single private collection of circa 2,000 objects and tools related to an array of trades.Full project details →