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Two German Design Council Awards for 'iconic' design for SPARK in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok

Beijing-based SPARK has won two awards from the German Design Council in the 'Iconic Awards', due to presented in Munich this October. The awards are open to architects, interior designers, engineers, specialist planners, construction professionals and manufacturers, celebrating the interaction of various disciplines. The winning projects were Starhill Gallery in Kuala Lumpur and Fai-Fah in Bangkok, both of which have been entered for past WAN AWARDS categories.

SPARK director Stephen Pimbley commented: "We are very excited to have won these two awards from the German Design Council, I see them as affirmation that Spark's work is consistently differentiated from that of our competitors and testament to the enthusiasm we bring to our projects that enhances our clients commercial and social objectives perhaps in ways they never thought we possible."

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