Check Out The Incredible Structures Maltese Architecture Students Helped Create
Can they be responsible for all local developments please?
Feature photo: Lucas Bonnel
This summer, while most of us were by the beach sipping mojitos and complaining about how ridiculously hot the island is, a group of architecture students from the University of Malta flew to Lithuania to participate in a huge international gathering of students across Europe.
While there they divided into groups, and under the guidance of their tutors (two of whom were also Maltese students) created some incredible structures with the theme 'Not Yet Decided'.
1. Dream Dune
Maltese participant: Martina Callus
Tutors: Eoin McCooey, Roibeárd Ó Máinín, Dobrin Petkov
2. The Flying Gap
Maltese participant: Ella Fleri Soler
Tutors: Grégoire Guex-Crosier, Mattia Pretolani
Maltese participant: Zak Pulis (Tutor)
Tutors: Ciara Geary, Zak Pulis
Maltese participant: Karl Camilleri
Tutors: Cesar Bazin, Matthieu Bordreuil, Octave Giaume, Thibault Kantok
Maltese participants: Katrina Gauci, Clara Farrugia, Robert Farrugia
Maltese participants: Lucia Calleja, Luke Sciberras, Raffaella Corrieri
Tutors:Elena Sofia Congiu, Matteo de Francesco, Marco A. Noli
7. The Living Boom
Maltese participants: Mark Cauchi
Tutors: Miguel Ángel Maure Blesa, Carlotta Franco, Arian Lehner, Javier Guerra Gómez
8. Collector Gatherer
Maltese participant: Matthew Scerri
Tutors: Rory Rankin, Brett Mahon