Digital Processes by Arkitettura Performattiva
In those early years of practice, preceded by formal architectural education, young Maltese architects look outwards from their micronation towards the global scenario for references, inspiration and professional development.
Digital Processes is an exhibition comprising individual research projects carried out
by six young Maltese architects who recently completed postgraduate degrees in the UK, Spain and the Netherlands. Exhibiting under – Arkitettura Performattiva – the projects are a reflection of local architects operating on a European scale, and looking back into their micronation.
A self-autonomous, robotically driven architecture; a caustic based, form-finding design process, and a multi-objective optimisation of building geometry are amongst the current design research projects existing within the international architectural scenario, however they also a reflection of local practice.
We believe that the process is more important than the final product, thus, the exhibition will not only feature completed projects but also the process through which these design proposals have been derived.
Featuring work by: William Bondin, Francois Mangion, Matthew Tanti, Sean Buttigieg, Zack Xuereb Conti, Joe Galea