Interior design firm wins 11 awards
on Friday,September 03,2010 20:09
Each year, the Gold Coast Builders Association's Sales and Marketing Council hosts the PRISM awards, which seek to recognize builders, developers, architects, planners, interior designers, landscape architects, sales personnel and others who have demonstrated excellence in their fields.
This year, Florida-based Robb and Stucky Interiors received 11 awards on behalf of its Boca Raton showroom and six for its Palm Beach Gardens location. They won in categories such as commercial remodeling, interior design remodeling residential in three home sizes, interior design for custom single-family home, individual achievement for marketing director of the year and overall advertising campaign.
"It's gratifying for us to win these awards and to be looked at with high regard by our peers," said Vivian Armenti, Robb and Stucky's design director in Boca Raton. "It is a great honor to display these awards among others we've won in the past."
They also received awards for living room in a custom single family home, kitchen in a high-rise condominium, family area in a high-rise condominium and residential remodeling.
Those who wish to pursue a career in architecture or interior design may benefit from enrolling in art school.
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