The judges were seeking a practice with impeccable credentials which delivers for its client’s time after time, and we are proud to say we proved to them we do just that! Over the years we have won lots of exciting, coveted awards but this one, Commercial Interior Design Practice of the Year, really says it all!
Our fabulous team collected this incredible award on the 26th November, battling the snowy route to Manchester to make it to the awards ceremony. Needless to say, the icy temperatures went unnoticed as celebrations continued into the night.
The award is a credit to our amazing Design Team who are passionate about good design and creativity, they push boundaries to achieve visionary results.
Our win isn’t just based on the amazing design projects we have delivered, it’s based on company growth, how we have dealt with Covid, services that set us apart from the competition and how we support staff - from apprentices to new starters – to gain the skills and knowledge they need to progress their careers. In addition to these factors, our client wins and retention, environmental practices and leadership also play a part in being crowned the winner.
Awards like this are achieved thanks to a strong team effort. As a team we have tackled the challenges Covid has thrown at us, working hard to ensure we deliver the very best projects for clients up and down the country. The long days, long journeys and lots of hard work have paid off.
This is a truly glorious moment for everyone at Concorde. Well done to everyone involved!
About the Northern Design Awards
The Northern Design Awards bring together designers, retailers and property developers in a glittering celebration of Northern design and style.
The winners of the 2021 Northern Design Awards were chosen by judges including Linda Barker, former BIID President Elect Susie Rumbold, and George Bond.
The awards are amongst the most established in the UK, and have been held at a series of stunning venues across the north of England over the past 18 years, attracting many of the design world’s most recognisable figures. Linda Barker, who has helped to bring interior design into the mainstream throughout her career, said: “No longer are our creatives in the grip of London elitism - this event demonstrates that those in the north are every bit as important and vibrant as the capital's fat cats!”