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Written by Alice Blackwood

2019 INDE Ambassador, and 2018 INDE.Awards winner – Studiomake's David Schafer. Portrait by Adit Sombunsa.

Studiomake’s David Schafer on the micro and the macro

INDE.Awards 2019 Ambassador David Schafer, founder of Thai practice Studiomake, talks about the studio’s distinct approach, which sees no boundary between the acts of design and construction.

11 reasons to Enter INDE.Awards before 29 January

We believe that exceptional design speaks for itself. That’s why we’ve curated 11 INDE.Awards categories that champion the most progressive work in the region.

Jin Kuramoto

5 minutes with Jin Kuramoto

Japanese designer Jin Kuramoto is a practical, hands-on designer. He separates the rational from the imaginative to arrive at design solutions that fit the client, while also inspiring the customer.

Billiani's Layer chair

Finding freedom in simplicity – Billiani’s Layer chair

Defined by a continuity and linearity between design and material is the Layer chair by the award-winning German designer, Michael Geldmacher, for Billiani.

Woods Bagot's Et Al is a platform for luxury hotel collaboration

Hotel futures with Woods Bagot, and the launch of Et Al

In the next 10 years we’ll see 14 million new hotel rooms built – a large proportion of them being in Asia, says the Oxford Economics Outlook report. Woods Bagot is already gearing up to meet the market demand head-on with Et Al, a collaborative platform intended to transform luxury hotel service and experience.

Design economies unite at BODW HK

They say Australians are an intrepid bunch. Never was it more apparent than at Business of Design Week in Hong Kong, last week, which saw hundreds of Melbourne and Victoria-based designers head over to this burgeoning metropolis for a week of seminars and city experiences.

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