ASJ Design Awarded Best Interior Architecture & Design Service in Southern England 2022
We were delighted to have been nominated for the BUILD Architecture Awards following our success earlier in the year at the BUILD Home and Garden Awards 2022, and we are thrilled to announce we have been awarded the Best Innovative Architecture & Design Service in Southern England 2022.
This award cements our position as a leading interior architecture and design practice delivering innovative and diverse projects across the South since 2010. Since the pandemic we have grown and established ourselves in London as well as Wiltshire, and we are proud of such recognition of our continued hard work and quality of the projects that we deliver.
At ASJ Design we pride ourselves on the service that we provide for our clients, supporting them every step of the way ensuring the end result is better than they ever imagined. Our attentive and collaborative approach is key to delivering tailor interiors that truly reflect our client’s personality and lifestyle.
We continue to cherish our close relationships with architects, contractors and suppliers, who work closely with the team and enable us to deliver award winning results.
Thank you BUILD!
About BUILD Architecture Awards
BUILD Magazine’s Architecture Awards programme continues to stand out as a core component of the platform’s extensive awards programme portfolio with the ambition to spotlight the incredible projects and works conducted by the world’s most innovative designers and architects!
BUILD Awards said “We are ready to spotlight the increased focus on sustainability and digitalisation by all in the field, a rewarding those doing their best to take architecture to even greater heights, moving with the times and helping with promoting increased efficiency and innovation. The Architecture Awards will take factors such as these into account, helping even further to determine who is truly at the summit of their field and helping to navigate the industry to the future!
As with most industries throughout the last two years, architecture has been heavily impacted by the pandemic. In architecture’s case of, this has led to a shift towards the implementation of remote working and incorporating residential workspaces on a mainstream scale. Additionally, the ability to devise COVID-related solutions for your business will also be taken into consideration by the judging panel, along with socially inclusive design and sustainability.”