Zaha Hadid unveils plans for Malta hotel and resi

Mercury Tower Zaha

Scheme will run up to 31 storeys

Zaha Hadid Architects has unveiled plans to turn a derelict tower in the Maltese coastal town of Paceville into new apartments and a boutique hotel.

The lower nine storeys will house apartments while the top 19 floors, which are rotated to give views towards the neighbouring Mediterranean, make up the boutique hotel.

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