Sited below the visual capstones of Valletta’s skyline – the Carmelite dome and St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral steeple – Old Theatre Townhouse inherits and adds layers to the design history of the city.
Reflecting the old and announcing the new, a glazed walkway links three distinct 16th century dwelling spaces, shifting from reflection to translucency as the day progresses from morning to night.
La Serenissima re-imagines a studio space designed by 20th century artist Frank Portelli. A story of dramatic light and lines, this retrofit project honours his unique vision and design sensibility.
Practical sustainability coexists with bright, contemporary interiors in the design for Treetop House – a home where outdoor and indoor space blends to create a recipe for healthy, comfortable living.
A small, coast-side rental apartment is framed internally by timber units, rationalising its skewed plan through an internal perimeter of custom cabinetry and an anchoring granite centrepiece.
Timeless materials and a climactic user journey define the design for Villa 2A – a triple-suite property at the foot of a sunken ridge with an unrestricted brief and a focus on unpretentious quality.
Rational reorganisation and material contrast define the approach to St Dominic Street, a two-bedroom apartment in Valletta that prioritises functionality, privacy and minimal contemporary living.
Subverting a previously inflexible living arrangement, No. 52 stacks sleeping, eating and working spaces to transform an awkwardly laid-out terraced building into an unconventional, stylish city home.
No. 51 adapts a two-room apartment in Valletta to respond to present-day needs. Re-worked as a series of enfilade spaces, the new design presents a compact home for the contemporary city dweller.
Twelve Kalkara residences offer a contemporary rethink of traditional Mediterranean loggia architecture. Homes provide coveted space and light, each designed to enjoy views of church and creek beyond.
14 East demonstrates a case for abandoning conventional approaches to open plan living, presenting instead a crafted experience of spatial zoning, material variety and privacy without seclusion.
Designed for comfortable, contemporary living, Threeplusone demonstrates an elegant, context-driven approach to introducing considerate, medium-scale residential development within sensitive sites.
The design for Lorry breathes new life into a formerly compact, compartmentalised home. Its re-imagining is defined by a dual-aspect arrangement; open, airy spaces; and a bold injection of colour.