GEZE UK was the proud sponsor of the ‘Winner of Winners’ accolade at the recent GAI/RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards.
The awards, which aim to promote and emphasise the importance of professional partnerships between architect disciplines and architectural ironmongers, were hosted at RIBA’s head office in London.
Having sponsored the past five GAI/RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Awards, GEZE UK was delighted to support the occasion again this year.
Accolades are awarded to entire specification teams, with the prestigious ‘Winner of Winners’ title going to the team that demonstrates the most originality, functionality, and aesthetic excellence. Fitness for purpose and correct specification are also judged.
Lynch Architects and izé, a manufacturer of ironmongery and door handles and furniture, were named the ‘Winner of Winners’ for 2017. izé also achieved ‘Best Residential Development’ for its Kings Gate, Westminster scheme.
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