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Stax branded for Best Office Interior by Asia Pacific Property Awards

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Stax Inc., Sri Lanka’s leading management consulting firm, recently bagged the prestigious Five Star Award for the Best Office Interior in Sri Lanka under the popular Asia Pacific Property Awards. Designed by one of Sri Lanka’s leading fully fledged Architectural and Design practices, Stax Inc.’s award-winning office interior was done by Kahawita De Silva & Associates Ltd. (KDS), promoting the organisation’s work environment. 

As a multinational workplace, cooperation and knowledge sharing is essential for employees. Thus, the interior design at Stax Inc. is aimed to promote visual and social stimulation. Upon entering, the reception area comprises of designed wall art that illuminates the company’s scope, followed by the concept of an open office area. Breaking the monotony of the workstations, the office further includes a soft seating area, featuring turf flooring and informal lighting fixtures. Apart from the open office, the organisation consists of three customised directors’ rooms, a contrasting meeting room, a concentrating war room and the focal point of the design, the conference room. 

The recent Asia Pacific Property Awards Ceremony was held at Marriott Marquis in Bangkok, Thailand, where winners were bestowed the honoured Five Star Awards. The projects presented by these front-runners underwent sound judgment by an independent panel of over 80 industry experts judged and evaluated development projects from across the region. This panel of revered judges was chaired by members of the House of Lords of the United Kingdom – Lord Caithness, Lord Best, the Earl of Liverpool and Lord Thurso.

As a component of the esteemed International Property Awards, the Asia Pacific Property Awards is the region’s biggest and most respected property and real estate competition. It is also famous for presenting some of the world’s toughest contenders when it comes to competing for the highly coveted World’s Best awards. Thus, celebrating only the best in the world’s most dynamic markets, this Five Star Awards ceremony is a world-renowned mark of excellence, bringing Stax Inc. and KDS to the forefront of interior design on a global spectrum.  

Bagging the impressive Five Star Award for an exceptional office interior that challenges the status quo of rudimentary workspaces in Sri Lanka, Stax Inc. will be able to inspire organisations to dream big, think outside the box, transform and innovate.


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