September 3, 2021 - Peak Equities
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Peak Equities is thrilled to share that The Beaconsfield Unit Trust, owner of the office and childcare asset at 22 William St Beaconsfield, has been recognised for its architectural and design excellence. Affirming Peak’s commitment to source the highest quality assets for investment…
A “hugely ambitious and brilliantly conceived” project has taken out the Australian Grand Prix at the 2021 Dulux Colour Awards.
The judges lauded 22 William by SJB for “committing to a single colour and so artfully executing its use in such an impactful way,” they said.
Judges were “impressed by the breadth and implementation of colour, particularly in that way it manipulated and mastered its immediate surrounds.
“We considered the designs holistically; the way colour encapsulated a space, highlighted the architectural form and is supported through soft furnishings and furniture.”
The judging panel for the 2021 awards comprised Jefa Greenaway (Greenaway Architects) Melissa Bright (Studio Bright), Patrick Loo (Common Space, NZ), Sarah-Jane Pyke (Arent and Pyke), and Suzannah Waldron (Searle x Waldron Architecture).
Dulux colour and communication manager Andrea Lucena-Orr said, “We are awed by the courage and sophistication of this year’s award winners. From public works to private homes, the degree of ambition and excellence demonstrates that designers, architects and clients all recognise the integral role of colour in our built environment and its capacity to transform our experience.”
September 19, 2019