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Our team is motivated to drive progression in the built environment not just through completed projects, but through research and discussion. Our process combines sketching, model making, photography and writing – all of which characterise an ongoing conversation about how architecture can contribute positively to our societies.

Reclaiming Public Space

Reclaiming Public Space

PUBLISHED ON TIMES OF MALTAIn 2015, Renzo Piano’s Parliament building was completed as one of the major components to the wider City Gate Project. After months, even years, of contentious dialogue around what the project would mean for Valletta, Parliament House...

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LOST VOCABULARY: BEAUTY, UGLINESS, TASTE

LOST VOCABULARY: BEAUTY, UGLINESS, TASTE

Jean Ebejer, Architect at Valentino Architects, questions whether we have lost our vocabulary around the description of buildings and environments. Positioning architecture as the most honest and transparent product of society, he explores its capacity to define...

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Times of Malta Two-Part Interview

Times of Malta Two-Part Interview

with Stephanie FsadniPART 1 Malta is ‘not overdeveloped, it’s overbuilt’ – Published in Times of Malta 14.10.2021 Valletta architecture firm honoured at Iconic Awards Valentino Architects, a design-led architecture practice based in Valletta, have recently been...

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Building A Place We Want To Live In

Building A Place We Want To Live In

Published on times of maltaThe pressure of density and overdevelopment in Malta has been increasingly felt in recent years. The pandemic has only intensified the weight of its consequences, pulling our priorities for improved quality of space into sharper focus. Over...

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Defining a new and sustainable built paradigm

Defining a new and sustainable built paradigm

It goes without saying that we are living in the strangest of times. As the early weeks of this pandemic go by, we are already familiarising ourselves with a new normal. We have had to re-programme our understanding of comfort, security and routine, each doing our...

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Defending Real Dialogue

Defending Real Dialogue

Published on times of malta2019 was fraught with construction debacle – from controversial planning decisions, to building collapses and fast-track regulatory reform, to tragic and all too easily avoidable loss of life on building sites. Amidst it all, it feels as...

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Designing beyond the visual

Designing beyond the visual

Ann Dingli interviews Valentino Architects, an emerging Maltese architecture practice that’s winning awards and carving out an elegantly measured approach to creating enduring architecture on the islands."The whole island will be obliterated by buildings. And this...

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