Prof. Conrad Thake

altProf. Conrad Thake is an architect and architectural historian. He graduated B.E.&A.(Hons.) from the University of Malta (1988) and pursued postgraduate studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada with an MA degree in Urban and Regional Planning (1991) and a Ph.D. in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley, USA (1996).

He has co-authored with the late Dr. Quentin Hughes, the two volumes Malta – The Baroque Island, (2003) and Malta – War & Peace, an Architectural Chronicle 1800–2000, (2005). He has published a monograph on the British Admiralty architect William Scamp in Malta and one of his most recent publications is The Ottoman Muslim Cemetery in Malta.

He has published in several prestigious international journals such as Abitare la TerraL’ArcaDemetraPalladio, and Spazio e Società

Thake is a Salzburg fellow and a Member of CICA – Comité International des Critiques d’Architecture / International Committee of Architectural Critics. He is currently an associate professor in the History of Art department within the Faculty of Arts, University of Malta.