On their blog, Fora explain why they are obsessed with good design that, whether functional or inspirational, makes you more productive without you noticing. We’re delighted that the bespoke concierge desk that we created for Fora’s new Spitalfields location is one of their creative highlights.
Malta’s Minister for Transport & Infrastructure, Ian Borg, said: "Mizzi Studio’s new bus design proposal is phenomenal. The idea of having an electric fleet of buses that is so reminiscent of the iconic traditional Malta Bus is something we look forward to studying further together with this talented team of designers."
Mizzi Studio’s designs for a new fleet of Maltese buses have been featured by Wallpaper*. Jonathan Bell describes the new buses as “boldly styled and unapologetically art deco in influence”, combining visual charm with zero-emission technology.
Lovin Malta launched the first edition of its new weekly print edition, Lovin Tomorrow - or did it? The paper was later revealed to be an April Fools prank, but all the stories were 100% true. No fake news! And the headline story was Mizzi Studio’s designs for a new Maltese bus fleet.
Mizzi Studio has designed a new electric fleet of buses for Malta that marries zero emissions technology with all the character of the iconic traditional Maltese buses that were retired in 2011. Through our contemporary, eco-friendly reimagining, we hope to ignite a renewed sense of pride in Malta’s industrial and cultural heritage.
Anylab visited our London studio to talk to Jonathan Mizzi about Mizzi Studio's project to transform London's Royal Parks, and the future of the built environment - from high tech architecture to the impact of autonomous vehicles.
At the Malta Innovation Summit 2018, Jonathan Mizzi shared his innovative approach to enhancing the physical world through biomimicry and a fusion of traditional craft and the latest digital techniques.
We have reached an exciting milestone in our project to transform London's Royal Parks with a family of nine new sculptural kiosks. The first kiosk, clad in steam-bent oak, is now open at Ritz Corner in Green Park.