On Saturday evening, January 23rd the 31st NAMM TEC Studio Design Project Award was presented to WSDG-Walters-Storyk Design Group, for The Church Studio in London.
ANAHEIM: Designed for Grammy & Academy Award-winning producer Paul Epworth, The Church has already hosted sessions for such major artists as U2 and Adele, who shot her “When We Were Young” video there. Built within a 160-year-old cathedral, The Church Studios represent the epitome of ultra-modern elegance.“We were privileged to have the opportunity to work on a studio with the historical significance of The Church,” architect/acoustician John Storyk remarked. “And, to have worked with Paul Epworth and the Miloco Builds team led by Pete Hofmann. This TEC Award represents a project that benefitted from a tremendous collaborative effort.”
Since the TEC Awards were introduced in 1985, a total of 29 WSDG studio design projects have been nominated (including three multiple nominations), over the course of thirty-one Awards events. The 2016 presentation marks WSDG’s tenth TEC win. “We are deeply appreciative of this recognition by our peers,” Storyk concluded, “and especially grateful to the TEC committee for nominating our work so often.“