An emerging husband and wife Architecture and Design studio based in Zebbug, Malta

KEIRO Architects, an emerging practice co-founded by Keith and Rosianne Schembri, has garnered a reputation for design quality and innovative solutions to challenging briefs. From their studio in Zebbug, the husband-and-wife duo collaborate with eminent brands and businesses that represent the best in their fields to provide a versatile team with an extensive knowledge.

Having experience in both small residential designs as well as large developer led projects, KEIRO is already making huge waves in the architecture and design scenario due to their commitment to excellence and innovation; a claim that is strongly backed up by their clients’ reviews.

Keith Schembri

Keith Schembri

Co-Founder & Architect B.E.&A. (Hons.)(Melit.),A.&C.E.

Keith Schembri has always been passionate about design. He graduated from the Faculty of the Built Environment at the University of Malta, specialising in architectural stream and later attended an international course in conservation of historical, monumental and archaeological sites at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome, Italy. During his academic years, Keith also worked as a graphic designer, which helped widening his design spectrum; later he gained architectural experience on various conservation, residential, offices and commercial projects while working with two renowned architectural firms in Malta. In March 2014, Keith co-founded and established KEIRO Architects with a design philosophy centring around creation of architectural projects inspired by local culture and history, with an approach that combines technology with the natural environment and strong integration of architecture with landscape.

Rosianne Schembri

Rosianne Schembri

Co-Founder & Architect B.E.&A. (Hons.)(Melit.),A.&C.E.

Rosianne Schembri grew up in a family that was involved in several disciplines relating to building and was exposed to site work since a tender age. She graduated from the Faculty of the Built Environment at the University of Malta, where she specialised in structural engineering. For nearly seven years, Rosianne worked with the Department of Estate and Works at the same University where she was responsible for various extensions, re-design and new faculty constructions for the University of Malta. Having assisted at her husband’s studio for a number of years, on November 2016, Rosianne migrated to the private practice and joined KEIRO Architects permanently and together with Keith, they set their minds to rethink the traditional practice and embrace the changing dynamics of the industry and the clients’ needs.