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Andrew Borg Wirth

Andrew Borg Wirth (b.1993) is an architect and curator with an interdisciplinary practice across the fields of narrative, research, design and theatre. His practice has developed through collaborative relationships with architecture, fashion and design studios, public organisations and individual cultural practitioners across a variety of projects, alongside the development of bespoke interior, furniture and product design. 


Andrew graduated from an M(Arch.) Architectural Design from the University of Malta in 2017, and in 2021 concluded an MA in Culture, Criticism and Curation from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts in London.


His research interests lie at the intersection between cultural and architectural discourse, dealing with nostalgia, public space, memory and trauma. Andrew is one of the co-founders of bloc, a creative collective focused on digital fabrication, product and furniture design. He received the 2022 Best Curatorial Practice Award from ARTZ ID (Malta) and the 2018 Galizia Award for Best Student Dissertation by Kamra tal-Periti (Maltese Chamber of Architects).

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