Gozo
Museum

Client: Ministry for Gozo

Creative Direction: Jeanette Muñoz Abela

Lead Engineer: Jeanette Muñoz Abela

Junior Engineer: Nicholas Said

Discipline: Civil and Structural Engineering

“A visit to a museum is a search for beauty, truth, and meaning in our lives. Go to museums as often as you can.” — Maira Kalman. The Gozo museum will be just this… understanding the meaning of our lives though understanding the history of the island through the artifacts that made it.

This is not just simply a ‘museum’, and the site itself is also particularly interesting. It may be recognised as the former Ninu Cremona boy’s lyceum, but the building was originally designed by Joseph Huntingford in the 1950s. Its undulating concrete canopy on the façade together with the proportions of the elevations makes it a quintessential example of Maltese Modernism.

The project will be one of Gozo’s prime attractions for both locals and visitors. This center will be a mixture of new and restored structures, challenging our structural engineering team into looking into each detail with clinical care.


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This is not just simply a ‘museum’, and the site itself is also particularly interesting. It may be recognised as the former Ninu Cremona boy’s lyceum, but the building was originally designed by Joseph Huntingford in the 1950s. Its undulating concrete canopy on the façade together with the proportions of the elevations makes it a quintessential example of Maltese Modernism.

The project will be one of Gozo’s prime attractions for both locals and visitors. This center will be a mixture of new and restored structures, challenging our structural engineering team into looking into each detail with clinical care.


More information +

This is not just simply a ‘museum’, and the site itself is also particularly interesting. It may be recognised as the former Ninu Cremona boy’s lyceum, but the building was originally designed by Joseph Huntingford in the 1950s. Its undulating concrete canopy on the façade together with the proportions of the elevations makes it a quintessential example of Maltese Modernism.

The project will be one of Gozo’s prime attractions for both locals and visitors. This center will be a mixture of new and restored structures, challenging our structural engineering team into looking into each detail with clinical care.


More information +

This is not just simply a ‘museum’, and the site itself is also particularly interesting. It may be recognised as the former Ninu Cremona boy’s lyceum, but the building was originally designed by Joseph Huntingford in the 1950s. Its undulating concrete canopy on the façade together with the proportions of the elevations makes it a quintessential example of Maltese Modernism.

The project will be one of Gozo’s prime attractions for both locals and visitors. This center will be a mixture of new and restored structures, challenging our structural engineering team into looking into each detail with clinical care.


More information +

This is not just simply a ‘museum’, and the site itself is also particularly interesting. It may be recognised as the former Ninu Cremona boy’s lyceum, but the building was originally designed by Joseph Huntingford in the 1950s. Its undulating concrete canopy on the façade together with the proportions of the elevations makes it a quintessential example of Maltese Modernism.

The project will be one of Gozo’s prime attractions for both locals and visitors. This center will be a mixture of new and restored structures, challenging our structural engineering team into looking into each detail with clinical care.


More information +
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