Bollig Design Group and HBO+EMTB floors the competition at Western Australia’s InterfaceFLOR design awards
February 8th, 2008
Bollig Design Group and HBO+EMTB have won the big awards at the first ever InterfaceFLOR WA Design Awards, announced at a gala event in Perth on February 1st.
Focused on design innovation and sustainability, the awards were created to highlight the importance of modular flooring in interior design, and to promote environmentally sustainable design solutions.
Open only to Western Australian interior design and architecture firms, the team at HBO+EMTB (pictured above) won the Design Sustainability award for their work at Newmont Mining, Subiaco.
Bollig Design Group won the Design Innovation Award for their work at the Falcon eLibrary and Community Centre, Mandurah. Both winning firms received $7,500.
Design sustainability is critical to InterfaceFLOR, which is recognised as a global leader in corporate sustainability.
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