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DWP Hosts ’Design Excellence’ Talks in Bahrain

Multi-disciplinary and award winning architecture and interior design firm, design world partnership (dwp), have created a dedicated showcase of projects and case studies that best reflect their professional creative diversity to be hosted in Bahrain. The five Design Talks will take place on Tuesday 16 March 2010 at The Capital Club Bahrain, one of dwp’s […]



BY jesse

March 15th, 2010


Multi-disciplinary and award winning architecture and interior design firm, design world partnership (dwp), have created a dedicated showcase of projects and case studies that best reflect their professional creative diversity to be hosted in Bahrain.

The five Design Talks will take place on Tuesday 16 March 2010 at The Capital Club Bahrain, one of dwp’s most acclaimed projects in the Middle East to date, on the following subjects:

The Art of Renovation: An Architectural Perspective, by  Sue Hensen

Design Styles: Finding the Balance, by Melissa Messmer
                                                                           
Paradigm Shifts in Workplace Design, by Alexander Marrs-Armstrong

Energy Efficient Design, by Dr. Seed Zaki
                                                                                 
The Making of The Capital Club Bahrain, by Vicki Braham

“This will be the first of a series of dwp Design Excellence talks we currently have planned for dwp as a group, throughout our 14 offices in 10 countries,” says Kristina Zanic, dwp’s founder.

“We believe that the topics we are covering are very relevant to today’s market covering industry issues such as Paradigm Shifts in Workplace Design”.

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