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Spaceworks Wins the Inaugural Fly Forbo Award

Spaceworks Wins the Inaugural Fly Forbo Award, Melding Sophistication with Tradition

With the completion of the Hansell's Food Group Head Office Project, Spaceworks have become the proud recipients of the Inaugural Fly Forbo Award New Zealand. Their skilful melding of tradition and sophistication has transitioned into recognition of their first-hand insight into the latest interior design trends in Europe.

Incredibly thrilled to win such an award, Spaceworks enjoys the fact that the Fly Forbo Award conveys their dedication to their craft. Spaceworks, specialist in commercial and retail fit outs, is renowned for their creative flair and fresh ideas. Receiving this award simply validates their ideals on a multi-continent wide scale.

Spaceworks forward looking designers take the time to understand the expectations of their customers, both with peerless communication and thorough research both before the project is started and all the way through completion. Their many customer testimonials and references is a direct attribute to the knowledge and dedication of their first rate designers.

Forbo Flooring is a global player in the vinyl and linoleum field. Spaceworks used their product, Marmoleum, as an integral part of Hansell's design. Winning this award gives Spaceworks designers a unique glimpse into the European interior design scene with the prize consisting of access to 100% Design, London's premier design show and a stop at the Forbo Design Headquarters in Holland. Airfare and accommodations are included also.

Elizabeth Hines, Spaceworks Managing Director and Senior Designer accepted the award.

http://www.spaceworks.co.nz/

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