Singled out for 'Outstanding Chromatic Harmony and Use of Color'
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 21, 2016
iDogi 2015 International Architecture and Design Award in Venice, Italy has honored artist and designer Stef-Albert Bothma for his outstanding contribution to architecture and design.
As a classically educated pianist holding a Doctorate in Music, it is no coincidence that the iDogi jury, consisting of international experts and scholars on classic architecture and design, singled him out for “Outstanding Chromatic Harmony and Use of Color”.
Dr. Bothma’s knowledge of harmony, proportion, composition, balance, and color combination is a major influence and is uniquely prominent in his work. iDogi saluted Stef Albert for the creation of a diplomatic embassy in Classical Style, which he conceived from the ground up, from structure through every last architectural and decorative detail. The expansive residence was built using the finest materials and state- of-the-art technology and security to house a vast collection of art, antiquities and period furnishings. Designed with the main aim of diplomatic entertaining, the end result is classic, timeless and uniquely Stef Albert.
iDogi presented Dr. Bothma with a precious, hand-blown Venetian glass egg decorated and painted by hand with the winged lion, a Venetian symbol of creative mastery.
Stef Albert offers comprehensive design and project management services to clients in the private and corporate sectors. From pre-construction planning to renovation and refurbishment of existing spaces, Stef Albert works with clients worldwide to create and enhance exceptional spaces. Originally hailing from South Africa, Stef Albert is based in New York and has completed projects across the US and around the globe, including Los Angeles, Montecito, New York, Reno, Seattle, Aix-en-Provence, Dubai, London, Morocco, Moscow, Paris, Rome and Singapore. To find out more, please visit http://www.stefalbert.com