Fort Myers, FL (August 30, 2010) – The Southeast Building Conference for design excellence recently recognized Robb & Stucky Interiors, the internationally respected interior design and premier home furnishings retailer, during the Aurora Award Gala held in Orlando, Florida. Robb & Stucky won five awards, including two Grand Auroras.
Robb & Stucky Interior Designer Jan Wallace, of Fort Myers, was awarded an Aurora for the fractional use property, Tarpon Point Marina, located in Cape Coral, Florida in the category of Commercial Project (Industrial, Multi-Use or Corporate Facility).
The Robb & Stucky design team of Rick Veller, ASID and Sandy Welsh, from Boca Raton, was awarded an Aurora for Anchor Bay, located in Hallandale, Florida, in the category of Interior Merchandising – (Commercial/Business Use/Common Public Areas/Sales Center/Design Center). This design also won the team a Grand Aurora.
Robb & Stucky Interior Designer Michael Blum, of Boca Raton, was awarded an Aurora for Interior Merchandising ($2,000,001-$3,000,000) for the McFarlane residence, located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Blum’s design was also awarded a Grand Aurora.
Each year, the Southeast Building Conference honors the Southeastern United States’ most outstanding builders, planners, architects, developers, designers, interior merchandisers and other housing-related professionals within a 12-state region; Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Costa Rica is also included in the competition.
Founded in 1915, in Fort Myers, Florida, Robb & Stucky is an internationally-recognized interior design and premier home furnishings retailer with showrooms in Florida, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, and Costa Rica. The company’s Hospitality Design Division has expanded, both domestically and internationally, with increasing commercial design assignments for condominiums, hotels, timeshares and fractional properties.
Robb & Stucky Resorts provides complete turnkey furnishings for commercial clients and often creates custom-designed furnishings. The company handles the design, product development, manufacturing, purchasing, delivery, installation and servicing. For more information, visit www.RobbStucky.com
Photo: Robb & Stucky Interior Designer Jan Wallace, of Fort Myers, was awarded an Aurora in the Commercial Project category for the fractional property, Tarpon Point Marina, located in Cape Coral, Florida.
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