Mortimer and de Giorgio

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Mortimer and de Giorgio was an architectural firm based in Malta, which was active between the 1940s and the 1960s.[1]. After graduating as an architect in 1945 Roger de Giorgio partnered up with Arthur Stuart Mortimer to establish a firm that traded as Mortimer and de Giorgio Architects.[1]


In Malta, Mortimer and de Giorgio Architects designed and built the Sea Malta Building in 1948[2] and the Seminary at Tal-Virtù, completed in 1954[3]. The Mortimer and de Giorgio fund was set up in the firm's honour[3].

Mortimer and de Giorgio had offices in Benghazi and Tripoli where they designed and built schools and hospitals[1].

Isabelle Barratt-Delia, the first recorded Maltese female architect, who graduated in November 1961, worked at Mortimer and de Giorgio Architects[4].


  1. ^ a b c "Memories of a royal visitor".
  2. ^ "Rear section of Sea Malta building in 'poor state'".
  3. ^ a b "Investing in priest formation".
  4. ^ "The Architect Issue No.32 Spring 2005" (PDF).