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Halmann Vella clad the new Farsons Brewery Corporate Office in Carrara marble, creating a contrasting continuity with the existing masonry exterior.

At 98 metres tall, the state-of-the-art Portomaso Business Tower is one of the country’s most iconic buildings. Opened in 2001, it is spread over 23 floors. Halmann Vella supplied and installed a ventilated façade in NBK Terracotta cladding. In 2018, an extension to the tower is being finalised. Halmann Vella has also supplied and installed NBK Architectural Terracotta for this project. The project also includes the NBK TERRART Baguette System, ceramic pipes with square, circular or oblong cross-sections which can also be made as curved elements or as double baguettes. This flexible product is mainly used to cover window areas …

The E-Pantar building project has been a very exciting project for us. Nothing beats shaping a building from scratch, with all the possibilities to create something so beautiful. Layout flexibility was one of our top priorities when designing this building, hence the use of raised flooring in most operational areas. Once the layout was finalised, it was time to embellish the space, choosing a mix of beautiful natural stone such as Carrara marble and travertine as well as ceramic for the interior and white and black precast terrazzo panels for the façade….to form a beautiful whole.

There’s something very elegant and opulent about marble. It is no surprise that it was selected as the main focal point at Hamett’s Macina Restaurant, a restaurant housed in a historical building, manned by 19 time-award winning restaurateur Chris Hammett. The marble was combined with rich blues for a modern, lounge style final result. During this project, Halmann Vella installed a 3 metre marble bar top in Calacatta Fusion as well as a number of dining tables in Calacatta Fusion and Grey Stone.

What can be more luxurious than all over carrara marble starting from the floors to the countertops? The latest Optika flagship store is truly a sight to behold!

Sally Port Suites is an accommodation in Valletta which retains many original features such as wooden beams and wooden balconies. Traditional patterned tiles (some new and some restored) and beautiful natural stone add the perfect finishing touch to this wonderful building.

A marvellous Yves Saint Laurent marble front desk gleams against the contrasting white Carrara marble flooring and countertops in this elite and high end hair salon. The Carrara marble tiles, installed in a herringbone pattern add an artistic edge for a pristine job with strong attention to detail.

The premises of Noni Restaurant in Valletta retains various elements from the past, from cast iron apertures to a centuries old oven. Maltese, handcafted patterned tiles were the perfect fit to this environment, helping to create a warm and informal atmosphere where one can enjoy a relaxed, fine dining experience. The project also includes a lavastone staircase and lobby flooring, travertine floor in the bar area as well as Carrara marble and marble look ceramic hexagonical tiles by Ceramiche Keope.

Central Bank’s Binja Laparelli, recently was awarded the Prix d’Honneur-Major Regeneration Project, by Din l-art Helwa. The judges felt that this new building has successfully achieved its scope within the brief, while at the same time respecting the context of the fortifications. Of particular note was the discreet rational approach, yet imaginative design, in the stone screen created on the Central Bank’s façade, and the integration of the design elements to complement the exterior walkway, and the historical structures. Halmann Vella supplied, fabricated and installed Maltese hardstone in the foyer, façade and public areas. Project Architects: Bezzina & Cole Architects …

Terrazzo and Porfido flooring were selected for landscaping at Housing estate in Mgarr. Both materials are very durable and ideal for exterior spaces, whilst visually adding texture to the space. They are ideal for ramps, garden passage ways, light vehicle roads, interior and exterior walls, public squares and sidewalks.