Barratt, Isabelle Anne (3.3.1938-)

Architect and designer

Isabelle Anne née Gulia was educated at the convent of the Sacred Heart, St Julians and the RUM from where she graduated B. Arch. and A.&C.E. in 1961.

Delia married Peter J.H. Barratt in 1961. She formed part of several commissions with the Canadian government. Between 1962 and 1964 she was member of the Canadian Exhibition Commission. She took part in several exhibitions including the 48th Hotel and MoteI Expositions, Coliseum 1963 in New York, the International Samples Fair, 1964; and the Milan Fair Trade Exhibition, 1964.

She has been the Frankfurt Architect and Interior Designer for Canadian Consortium, Freeport Bahamas since 1964.

Barratt, who is a member of the Sacred Heart Alumni Association and the Ottawa and lives in the Bahamas.

Source: Maltese Biographies of the Twentieth Century (1997), editors Michael J. Schiavone and Louis J. Scerri

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