ArchiDesign Concepts, an international firm of architects, builders and designers specialising in a wide range of commercial, residential and public sector projects, has officially opened its Accra branch located on No.9 5th Circular Road, North Labone Estates.
The opening, which took place on August 28, gave guests a real-life insight into the various offerings from ArchiDesign Concepts, and more.
ArchiDesign Concepts, which started in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA by the CEO, Bernice Peprah, develops architectural designs for residential, hospitality, and corporate, by infusing traditional and modern styles.
“We started in Ghana because we realized that the rest of the world is going faster than we are, so we decided to bring our company here to help change the architecture here a little bit, both interior and exterior. We have our architects, engineers, all our artisans here so when somebody comes in we’re able to customize to fit not only your budget but also your needs,” comments Peprah.
ArchiDesign Concepts has a world-class selection of designer products from Europe, North America, South America, and Asia that allows the team of architectural designers to customize spaces for clients based on their budget, lifestyle, work, etc.
The goal of ArchiDesign Concepts is to simply create a space unique to its clients. It is able to do that through effective combination of lighting, textures, colors and clean finishing.
“One of the things I’m most proud of is we make sure that all our staff get involved with continuing education. We also travel abroad to attend trade shows so that we know how to educate our clients better and also bring them what is the latest globally, and everything going on in the world; rather than sticking to what we know, ” the CEO highlighted.
ArchiDesign Concepts offers consultation and installation services. They are able to build offices from scratch or renovate existing ones. They also have container homes and offices as well.
Bernice Peprah and her team of young and creative minds hope to change the status quo of architecture in Ghana. “It might not be easy here, but that’s what we’re hoping that slowly we will be able to accomplish.”