In keeping with its remit to promote awareness and sensitive reuse of Malta’s architectural heritage, Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar (FAA) is organising a series of four lectures showing our heritage sustainably remodelled and renewed. 

Four prominent Maltese architects will discuss their projects, elaborating how they have interpreted a contemporary approach, introducing today’s standards of quality, style of living and spirituality in developments that involve precious heritage architecture across Malta. 

Each lecturer will tackle these issues from a different angle, and the public is invited to attend, understand and be inspired by their concepts and methods, allowing these four very different architects to introduce their stunning results to a wider audience in this quartet of lectures.

The lectures, at the Hotel Phoenicia in Floriana, kick off tomorrow at 6.30pm, with Amber Wismayer speaking about the sustainable regeneration of San Anton Palace. 

The following lectures are by Chris Briffa on The Valletta Vintage Hotel (May 22); Konrad Buhagiar on the refurbishment of Hotel Phoenicia (May 30) and Richard England who will speak on ‘From the Spirit of Place to Places of the Spirit’ (June 5).

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