Villino Ellul or Villa Ellul is a Modernist villa in Ta' Xbiex, Malta. It was designed and built in the 1930s by the architect Salvatore Ellul as his personal villa, and it was one of the first Modernist buildings to be built on the island. The building has been restored and converted into offices, and it is now known as Dixcart House.
Villino Ellul was built in 1937–38 by the architect Salvatore Ellul as his personal villa. Ellul and his family moved out of the building when World War II broke out, since the location was prone to air raids given its proximity to Marsamxett Harbour. However, the building escaped aerial bombardment and survived the war intact.
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