With Limber Lattice, MJMDA was the 2019 winner of the Premju Emanuele Luigi Galizia – Quality Architecture Award. It blossomed out of the idea that a workplace is a cloud – a space in which we are led into and motivated by a state of focus and collaboration. An office’s architecture is therefore responsible for guiding and inspiring the visitor and the worker.
When people collaborate, they become greater than the sum of the group’s individual parts. Consequently, the space in which they work should inspire greatness. In the embrace of sound architecture, people flourish and their ability to focus and collaborate is enhanced.
In Limber Lattice, the architecture was designed integrally, structuring the exterior and interior in a dexterous swipe. The unmissable grid on the façade optimises every aspect of the building. It is strung between two opposing walls to create spaces and volumes that inspire greatness and confidence.
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Photography: Peter M Mercieca
Interiors in collaboration with Mr. Nathan Martin
MJMDA have been ideal multi-discipline professional services providers for the creation of NuBis Centre and other projects. We wanted a highly detailed and integrated design akin to the way Japan develops its architecture, and the skill set at MJMDA was ready for just that. The result is something we are proud of, and that gives importance to our people and their well-being, as well as the operation of our business. It was an added joy that the building won the Quality Architecture Award from the Chamber of Architects in 2019. After acquiring the land, Matthew from MJMDA asked for the opportunity to make a presentation for the design concept. Once he presented it, I knew immediately that his concept was high quality and that the project could be greatly enhanced using MJMDA’s knowledge. Thus we took his initial design, refined it even further and submitted it to MEPA. Once we entered the construction phase, MJMDA provided me with full working drawings, BOQ’s, and full tenders, well in time to be able to able to move in almost 2 years to the day from breaking ground. That the project was also declared the winner for best build completed in 2019 was the cherry on the cake!