For this article, we’re showcasing Stefano Borg’s apartment, a living space which he designed to epitomise all the key characteristics that make up this coveted style that’s easy to spot, but hard to recreate.
Whether your budget is limited or liberal, you might want to consider that hiring a local aesthete for a house visit might be the best way to use your money.
There’s no question about it, staying close to shimmering attractions at fancy hotels makes for a shiny vacation, but it’s often confined to a weekend. Thankfully, all a strange new place needs to feel like a second home is for you to spend time with its people.
Any local can tell you that Raħal Ġdid translates to New Town, but for a majority of tourists who visit our island, this is where you go to witness some of humankind’s earliest and oldest structures, from the famed underground Hypogeum in Ħal Saflieni to the Tarxien temples that dwell in Paola’s sister town, Ħal-Tarxien. But, prehistoric rocks and primitive sites aren’t Raħal Ġdid’s only weapons of mass attraction.
In this article, we’re focusing on the renovation of the eCabs Headquarters by Valentino Architects, which won the Interior Spaces Award last year!
The internal skylight, while introducing light into the ground floor level, also serves as usable space on first floor. The walk on glass permits the usage of the library on the upper level.
It’s time to toss out the idea that interior decorators, stylists, and designers are for the ‘rich and famous’.
Are you getting a stylist, or an interior designer? Ask this question to a Maltese homeowner who’s about to do a renovation, or is planning to decorate their new home, and chances are you won’t get one straight answer.
How we’re shaping and designing the limited space Malta offers continues to be a hotly contested area of contention. For this series of articles, we want to give attention to architecture firms who’ve had the opportunity to flex their muscles and delivered great work.
Pictures from the vault of Maltadoors that exemplify just how many colours belong on Maltese facades