Perkins+Will crowned Interior Design Practice of the Year at FX Awards 2016

Global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will has been crowned Interior Design Practice of the Year. Organised by FX magazine, the awards celebrate the best of British and international design from across the industry, including products, projects and a handful of special awards. Interior Design Practice of the Year is one of the most prestigious ‘special’ awards, which are judged and awarded by the public.

Perkins+Will is an interdisciplinary, research-based architecture and design firm established in 1935. Founded on the belief that design has the power to transform lives and enhance communities, it collaborates with clients all over the world to create healthy, sustainable places in which to live, learn, work, play, and heal.

The judges said: “The interior design practice of Perkins+Will delivers creative and environmentally progressive solutions that create a lasting impact on its clients’ teams, businesses, and brands – for generations to come. The practice’s specialists have worked with a wide range of businesses, expanding on a body of research and knowledge that provides its clients with exclusive, cutting-edge insights. The result is award-winning spaces that nurture people, place, and processes in support of strategic business objectives.”

Linzi Cassels, Design Director and Principal at Perkins+Will, added: “Receiving one of our industry’s most celebrated accolades is a tremendous honour. This recognition from the public and our peers has once again proven our commitment to design excellence through our staff of highly regarded design leaders and specialists.”

The recipient of hundreds of design awards each year, and a progressive leader in corporate social responsibility, Perkins+Will is consistently ranked among the world’s top design firms. Its family of partner companies includes retail strategy and design consultancy Portland; transportation planning consultancy Nelson\Nygaard; healthcare technology planning firm Genesis Planning; and luxury hospitality design firm Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR).

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