Adrian Mamo

Set Designer


Adrian Mamo is an architect in private practice. He graduated in architecture and civil engineering from the University of Malta in 1989 and worked as architect at the Antiquities (Restoration) Section of the Works Department before setting up ARCHITECTS STUDIO in 1995 with three architect colleagues. He was appointed consultant architect to the Mediterranean Film Studios and between 1993 and 1995, he managed Image Workshop, a video production and graphic design studio for Associated News. He designed and coordinated a number of public exhibitions including The International Law of the Sea for IMO at the Maritime Museum, the Hypogeum Visitor Centre, the Malta Pavilion for Hannover EXPO 2000 and the stage settings for CHOGM 2005 and CHOGM 2015.


Adrian has designed over 50 stage sets for a number of local theatre companies and agencies, including classic and contemporary plays, musicals, pantomimes and concerts. He was a co-founder and producer of VOICES, one of Malta’s largest local music events held every two years between1991 and 2016. He was chairman of the Malta Council for Culture and the Arts between 2006 and 2013. He currently lectures in Theatre Set Design at the Department of Theatre Studies at the University of Malta and occupies the post of President of the Malta Society of Arts.