Wingate Hughes Architects is the recipient of the 2017 Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Association (CREBA) Best in Industry Award for architecture in Washington, DC. Wingate Hughes’ co-founding principals Gavin Wingate Bowie and Gavin Hughes Daniels are honored tonight, April 4 at the 35th annual DC awards dinner at the Ritz Carlton, Washington, DC.
“Wingate Hughes was selected not only for its creative design solutions for a full array of creative class tenants, but also for their contributions to the greater good of the real estate industry and the broader Washington community as well,” said Ray Ritchey, Senior Executive Vice President, Boston Properties. “Their significant professional achievements and charitable contributions demonstrate that size is irrelevant in terms of making a positive impact for their clients, their industry, and their fellow DC based citizens.”
“We are incredibly proud that CREBA’s leaders chose Wingate Hughes as the best architecture firm in DC,” shares Daniels. “More so, we are grateful for the invaluable relationships we share within DC’s real estate community and the caliber of work that our talented staff produces every day.” The Best in Industry accolade honors the firm’s seven years of work and dedication in the commercial interiors architecture field and their thought leadership in office design.
Wingate Hughes practices relationship-driven design and maintains that building relationships based on trust while pushing beyond the design status quo are paramount to success. “Trust drives everything,” says Bowie. “Our firm prepares clients and partners for what’s next and supports them before, during, and after project completion.” Wingate Hughes also celebrates the expert collaboration and effort among DC’s tenants, building management, building owners, and brokers who consistently create great deals and outcomes for clients.
Wingate Hughes’ innovative work is recognized, in addition to their best architecture firm in DC award, by numerous institutions and publications. Recent Wingate Hughes mentions include Inc. Magazine’s “These Companies Around Washington, DC Have the Coolest Office Perks;” Architect Magazine’s Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI) feature; Washington Business Journal’s “Sneak Peek: The Inclusive Innovation Incubator at Howard University;” and DC Inno’s “How One DC Architecture Firm is Designing the City’s Coolest Offices.” Awards include two consecutive DC Inno 50 on Fire designations; the Aggie 100; the ASID DC Chapter Interior Design Award for Excellence in Corporate Office Design; NAIOP DC/MD Award of Excellence; and NAIOP DC/MD Award of Merit.
Read more about Wingate Hughes’ Best Architecture Firm in Washington, DC designation by visiting CREBA’s award page.Tweet