As the INDE.Awards shortlist continues to be rolled out, it’s time to meet the nominees for 2017’s Design Studio award, Sponsored by Denovo Recruitment.
June 28th, 2017
With an aim to become a leader in the Architectural & Construction recruitment space, Denovo supports up and coming talent in the design and architecture world. Denovo is rethinking modern recruitment and doing things differently. More than just a team of highly experienced consultants, Denovo Recruitment are individuals who care about the future of design.
“De Novo” is Latin for “a new beginning” or “a fresh start” and we’re proud to have worked with them in presenting the 2017 Design Studio award, unveiled this Friday.
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