Clement steel windows fitted in Art Deco building in Malta

April 24th, 2024

Clement Windows Group has manufactured over 100 new steel-framed windows for The Brewhouse in Malta.

The Brewhouse, formerly Farsons Brewery, is one of the finest examples of a reinforced concrete Art Deco building on the island of Malta.  Founded and designed by Lewis V Farrugia and William Binnie, the building is an icon of the industrialisation of post-war Malta.  Opened in June 1950, today it is Grade II listed.

Image of The Brewhouse in Malta featuring Clement steel windows

The site of The Brewhouse and Trident Park has recently undergone an €86 million redevelopment with the area boldly reimagined by world-renowned, London-based ritchie*studio.  Covering over 7,000 sq m of industrial space, the renovated brewery offers a unique mix of office, retail, food and beverage, visitor experience and events spaces arranged over seven floors.

The new EB24 steel windows manufactured by Clement replicate the look of the original windows, while also meeting stringent requirements for thermal efficiency.  Painted RAL 9016 (Traffic White), with genuine T bars and multi point locking, the windows are manufactured from hot rolled steel window profiles which are produced from 98% recycled steel source material.

The Brewhouse and Trident Park is one of the most important regeneration projects in Maltese history and its inauguration ceremony was attended by over 400 people including the Prime Minister of Malta, Robert Abela.  The project has won several prizes, including the International Civic Trust Award, the XVII Din-I-Art Helwa Architectural Heritage Awards, the Green Apple Environment Award for Beautiful Buildings and the Architecture Photography Masterprize.

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