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MJMDA | Borgo Franc

Interiors MJMDA | Borgo Franc

The bureaucratic, ever increasingly regulated world is constantly distancing many of us from our human urge to be liberated. Regular people face this reality. And professionals face it even more so: procedures, standards, methods and approvals.

MJMDA | Borgo Franc

© Peter M. Mercieca

MJMDA | Borgo Franc

© Peter M. Mercieca

Most of the time the standards of community are generally increased through the activity of the people who face this systematic work practise, added attention and procedure. But where does this leave these people when it’s time for them to go home? How are they to find their intrinsic urge to be liberated, and hence strive for happiness?

MJMDA | Borgo Franc

© Peter M. Mercieca

MJMDA | Borgo Franc

© Peter M. Mercieca

MJMDA | Borgo Franc

© Peter M. Mercieca

We have channelled our energies for this home to design it for the person within our client that represents the liberation of humanity: Borgo franc, an alter-ego. However this is an alter-ego that is not an escape from reality, but a return to it. Present in every aspect of the project we find willingness for a rebirth to humanity.

Location: Madliena, Malta
Architect: MJMDA
Project Name: Borgo Franc
Status: Completed November 2013
Photography: Peter M. Mercieca
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