Aberrant Architecture Win Best Use Of Colour at the Let's Colour Awards
Tutors of Interior Studio 5 - Out of the Office, David Chambers and Kevin Haley collected their prize at the Dulux Let's Colour Awards held at The Magazine restaurant at The Serpentine Sackler Gallery hosted by Deyan Sudjic, director of London’s Design Museum.
This is the third annual award ceremony and Aberrant Architecture took the winning prize for the project at the Rosemary Works School in the 'Best Use of Colour in Commercial Architecture and Buildings' category.
"The redesign of Rosemary Works School in Dalston involved a unique collaboration with the school directors, teachers, parents and pupils to develop a contemporary interior that borrows features from the building’s Edwardian heritage, which are appropriate for the school’s present unique needs, wants and resources" said a spokesperson from Aberrant Architecture.
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