Inarc wins Asia/Pacific Interior Design awardsAugust 5, 2013
Hong-based, interior and architectural practice Inarc Design, has won two prestigious awards in the 2012-2013 Asia Pacific Property Awards.
The Best Office Interior Design, Hong Kong was awarded to Inarc for its work on the Centralized Monitoring Centre, 37/F Exchange Square, Central, Hong Kong for Hongkong Land Limited.
This ultra-modern facility combines banks of monitors in the master control room with warm timbers and contemporary furnishings to provide an efficient and calm environment.
The Best Leisure Interior Design, Hong Kong award, was recognition for Inarc’s sumptuous interiors of the Derby Restaurant & Bar, in The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Happy Valley Clubhouse.
The signature international restaurant and bar, and private function rooms on two floors of The Hong Kong Jockey Club, establish a prestigious yet comfortable restaurant ambience appropriate to international fine dining.
Both awards were part of the 2012-2013 Asia/Pacific region, determined by an international panel of judges. In association with HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Asia, the Asia Pacific Property Awards are a regional component of the globally renowned International Property Awards, which has become the world’s most prestigious property competition.
Inarc Design commenced in Hong Kong in 1988, and has provided interior design and architectural design consultancy for corporate, hospitality and retail clients in countries across Asia and in Europe.
The Australian born principal, Tony Spinolo, has extensive creative design and professional project management expertise.
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