CBT Wins Two Multifamily Interior Design Awards!
CBT multifamily interiors are on fire! It’s been an exciting and celebratory fall at CBT with two new multifamily design award wins!
Most recently, Central Armature Works in D.C.’s up-and-coming NOMA neighborhood was recognized with a 2023 Best Amenity award from the NAIOP DC/MD Chapter Awards of Excellence this October. The achievement follows Park 151’s International Interior Design Association New England Chapter win for Best in Residential Multi-Unit Design, which the team celebrated at the annual IIDA NE Awards celebration in early September.
Equal in sophistication and beauty, yet each specifically tailored to their place, both projects reflect a unique storytelling design approach, resulting in their own distinct aesthetics and one-of-a-kind amenity spaces carefully curated to their respective residential communities.
Just one glance to the white-domed U.S. Capitol from Central Armature Works’ stunning outdoor rooftop amenity space leaves the viewer without a doubt – this is a remarkable place, a place both in and of this unique American city. Inspired by the electrical services and motor repair shop once housed on site (and from which the new residences took its name), the deliberate material choices and bespoke furnishing throughout Central Armature Works’ interiors reflect the neighborhood’s distinct legacy of craftsmanship, connecting past to present, and residents to a unique piece of D.C.’s history.
Learn more about Central Armature Works here!
Synthesizing art and science and delivered in the greatest work-from-home era in recent history, Park 151 is proven to sustain diverse, evolving lifestyles while artfully capturing the creative spirit of one of the most sought-after life science and technology hubs in the world. The design of the new 20-story, 46-unit residential building in Cambridge Crossing is a departure from its predecessors, marked by original art, sculpture, and unexpected design solutions.
Learn more about Park 151 here!
Congratulations and cheers to both design teams!