Malta Architecture and Spatial Planning Conference 2019


 

‘Reinventing Places through Innovation’ will be the theme behind this year’s Malta Architecture and Spatial Planning conference which is to be held at the Hilton Malta on Thursday 7th November 2019.  In its 3rd edition, the conference aims to bring together foreign and local experts together with key public and private stakeholders in the Maltese economy to discuss and explore new ways on how Malta can address the challenges in land use development that are a result of the dynamic nature of architecture and spatial planning.

This year once again the line-up of guest speakers will be of the highest calibre and will include Maxwell Hutchinson, Architect, writer, TV & Radio presenter and former President of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He has presented a number of distinguished architectural programmes for BBC, Channel 4 and The Discovery Channel. Other guest speakers will include Architect Sam Turner who worked on ‘The Hoover Building’, one of London’s landmark buildings, Mr Toby Blunt from Foster+Partners, who will speak about ‘Bloomberg London’ one of the highest BREEAM-rated major office buildings, Professor Richard England, Matt Lally from Arup, Architect Jonathan Mizzi, David Moloney from PWC (UK), Lodewijk Abspoel, Stefan Webb from Future Cities Catapult, Arch. Matthew J. Mercieca, Lior Steinberg, co-founder of Humankind, Caldon Mercieca from Valletta Cultural Agency, Petra Biberbach, from Planning Aid Scotland Dr Bernardine Satariano from The President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society and Ministers and their shadow.

The workshops will be moderated by Perit Chris Briffa, KTP President Perit Simone Vella Lenicker and Prof Saviour Formosa.


The conference which will be held:

Date: Thursday 07th November 2019

Place: Hilton Business Center, St Julians

Time: 0800 - 1630 hrs

Price: €55.00 (inc lunch and coffee break)*

€22.00 (Student price)*


To reserve and confirm a place at the conference please click here

* All proceeds from the conference will go towards the Marigold Foundation.