Mercury Hotel Paceville Malta by Zaha Hadid Architects

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Diar il-Bniet – Malta Restaurant

Design: Archi+ Studio + Steve’s and Co

A pioneering new project in Dingli, Diar il-Bniet, the first agritourism experience of its kind in Malta has been launched. Centred around a Café, Restaurant and Grocery, Diar il-Bniet will provide an exciting platform for Malta’s finest produce to be sold straight from the Farm, in an environment that celebrates the family tradition that encompasses farming in Malta.

TreeHouse Malta Naxxar residence

TreeHouse, Malta House – Naxxar Residence

TreeHouse represents the timeless expression of Maltese contemporary residential values. By challenging the traditional concept of the dwelling and reinterpreting the role of local techniques and materials, the design concept explores sustainable adaptive reuse in a dynamic context.

Hanging Home Naxxar Maltese Residence

Hanging Home – Maltese Residence

A sculptural, white cube seemingly floating above an olive garden was recently completed in the suburban village of Naxxar, Malta. The young family of three, wanted a jovial home to grow old in; framed within timeless, contemporary architecture.

Hal Fehr Luxury Resort Malta building design

Hal Fehr Luxury Resort Malta

Make architects have received planning for a luxury resort in Hal Fehr, Malta near Golden Bay. A highly exclusive tourist destination designed for a private stretch of coastline in Malta is a step closer to fruition having been granted planning permission.

Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Malta Roof

Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Malta, Maltese Roof

To protect the 5,000-years-old temple ruins of Hagar Qim and Mnajdra on the island of Malta against further deterioration, engineers from formTL developed two special membrane roof structures, which now cover and protect the archaeological excavation.

Dining Pavilion Malta

Dining Pavilion Malta – Maltese Building

This pavilion-like structure houses an extension to the existing kitchen in an eighteenth century house. It is made of aluminium and glass and is aligned with a colonnade of slender steel columns that support a fabric awning providing shade for outdoor dining.