AP Valletta Executive Director Konrad Buhagiar has won the President’s Award at the annual Malta Architecture and Spatial Planning (MASP) Awards.
The President’s Award is given to a person who has made an outstanding contribution over the years through research, education, theory or practice of architecture and the built environment. The award is in recognition of a distinguished lifetime service to the architecture and planning profession.
“We are really happy to announce that AP Valletta’s Executive Director Konrad Buhagiar was awarded with the President’s award during the MASP awards ceremony night,” the company wrote.
AP Valletta also won the Restoration Award for the restoration of Teatru Manoel and received a commendation for Valletta Townhouse in collaboration with MTGF design studio.
Mr Buhagiar has been an Executive Director of AP since 1991. He has been responsible for numerous restoration and rehabilitation works in historic buildings and urban sites.
He has lectured at the University of Malta and, among others, at the Canterbury University College of Creative Arts in the UK, and at the New York University in the US.
He has published numerous historical and academic articles, and has been the Chairman of both the Heritage Advisory Committee and the Valletta Rehabilitation Committee. He is also the Chief Editor behind AP’s ‘A Printed Thing’ and ‘Founding Myths of Architecture’ publications.
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