KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, May 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Colony, Malaysia’s leading luxury coworking space, famed for its eccentric design and personalised services, was named the recipient of the “Best Office Interior” during the inaugural Asia Pacific Property Awards 2019 – 2020 ceremony held at the Marriot Marquis Queen’s Park, Bangkok.
“We are truly honoured to have our coworking spaces recognised by the Asia Pacific Property Awards,” said Audrey Ooi, Executive Director of Colony Coworking Space. “This award is a testament to the high level of commitment we place in setting the standard for exceptional workspace and service excellence to every guest who steps into our spaces.”
Designed closely with Hoe & Yin Design Studio, Colony is a homegrown brand from Malaysia that features 5 luxury coworking spaces in the most sought after addresses across Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Known for bringing luxury and comfort to its offices, the interior of each coworking space is unique to its locale and character – from British Colonial, Gentlemen’s Club, Wes Anderson and more.
The Asia Pacific Property Awards is the largest, most prestigious and widely recognised award programme throughout the region. Operating in its 26th year, the Awards cover over 45 different residential and commercial categories with independent panel of judges of over 80 industry experts. Award winners are celebrated on their design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment to sustainability.
Colony has also been shortlisted as a regional nominee to compete at the prestigious International Property Awards in London, scoring them as one of the top 3 players for Best Office Interior in the Asia Pacific region.
The coworking space, in its second year of operations, has twice been awarded and recognized for its efforts to provide an elevated experience at work. “The Colony team is privileged to be given the opportunity to serve and we will continue to go above and beyond every day for our guests, not just in our service, but the overall experience, ” said Timothy Tiah, Executive Director of Colony.