MSA of Pakistan won World Versailles Design Award

PARIS, May 16 (APP): MSA an Architectural firm of Pakistan has won the World Prix Versailles design award.
Mr. Jerome Gouadain, Secretary General of the Prix Versailles and Mr. Ernesto Ottone Ramirez, UNESCO’s Assistant Director General for Culture gave away the Award to Syed Fawad Hassain, the founder and principal architect of MSA during an impressive ceremony held here at the UNESCO Headquarter on Tuesday, said a press release.
The event was attended by Ambassador of Pakistan to France and permanent delegate of Pakistan to UNESCO Mr. Moin ul Haque, UNESCO delegates, high ranking officers of the French government, members of the French civil society and media persons in large number.
While addressing the award giving ceremony, Mr. Jerome Gouadain said that MSA’s design was a beautiful blend of traditional designs and modern architecture techniques which made the WARDA project standout amongst the other competitors.
Syed Fawad Hussain while talking on the occasion said that winning the prestigious award was a great honor for him and for Pakistan and vowed to continue his mission of reflecting the architecture heritage of Pakistan in his company’s design projects.
Earlier, Syed Fawad Hussain called on Ambassador of Pakistan to France Moin ul Haque in the Embassy of Pakistan.
The ambassador congratulated MSA on receipt of the coveted Versailles World Award and hoped that MSA would continue its creative endeavors to win more laurels for the country.
The award is named after Versailles palaces of France which are considered a model in terms of quality, beauty and elegance of architecture of today and tomorrow. The Prix Versailles supported by UNESCO receives entries from renowned architecture firms from around the world.