BPM wins international award
The distinctive work of Melbourne developer BPM caught the eye of judges at the prestigious Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012 to 2013.
BPM’s finely crafted Flora Apartments in Brighton won a Five Star Award for Best Apartment/ Condominium in the development category. The Asia Pacific Property Awards are part of the long established International Property Awards, which recognise excellence in the property industry worldwide. The awards promote international excellence in sectors such as architecture, development, interior design and real estate across both commercial and residential categories.
BPM’s Flora apartments clearly stood tall given the record number of entries received for this year’s awards. Completed in December 2011, the Flora apartments’ groundbreaking design was the result of collaboration between Hallinan and high profile interior design practice Hecker Guthrie. Architecturally, the $22 million development introduces new lifestyle possibilities to the exclusive Brighton suburb. Each of the 10 apartments have as their focal point an innovative cooking room concept that features a kitchen designed exclusively for the project by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Guy Grossi.
An impressive enamel Lacanche special edition stove and a large in-built wooden preparation area are just two of the aspirational details that take kitchen design for culinary connoisseurs to new heights. The official announcement for The International Property Awards was made at the regional Property and Hospitality Summit and Awards Gala hosted in Kuala Lumpur on 26 and 27 April 2012. International Property Awards President, Stuart Shield, said: “Any company to win one of these awards has shown exceptional levels of professionalism and competence in their respective field.”
For more information on the International Property Awards please visit propertyawards.net