Rigby & Rigby shortlisted in The International Design and Architecture Awards 2021
Rigby and Rigby’s Projects CV37 291 and OX7 149 have been Shortlisted in The International Design and Architecture Awards 2021.
For over 12 years now, The International Design & Architecture Awards have supported the global interior design and architecture industry and brought together an elite group of companies and are constantly regarded as “the pinnacle of recognition within the industry.”
Project CV37 291 has been shortlisted for both the Living Space and Architectural Residential Property categories. The bespoke class Q conversion of an agricultural barn into a single open-plan dwelling. The striking Black Barn, annexe wing and associated landscaping combine to create a contemporary and innovative development which rich views across the surrounding landscape. Rigby & Rigby developed the architectural package through to delivery. Rigby & Rigby’s bespoke interior specification complements the high-quality architectural works to produce a bold contemporary space.
Vote for Black Barn in the Living Space and Architectural Residential Property categories.
Project OX7 149 has been shortlisted for the Luxury Residence UK category, creating a contemporary feel to a traditional countryside home.
James Ashfield, Studio Director writes; “The design brief was to create a contemporary feel to a traditional countryside home highlighting the architectural details. The inspiration for this project was strongly led by the client, as they had some very clear and specific ideas about what they were looking to achieve. Rigby & Rigby guided the client to ensure their ideas and concepts became a working reality and one of the favourite parts was to create fully bespoke furnishings with artisans. Some of the key features included a custom patterned mosaic for the entrance hallway and a specialist decorative metal artwork in the lobby area that was inspired by the client’s photograph he had taken in Tuscany, Italy.”
Vote for OX7 149 in the Luxury Residence UK category