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Shared Truths And Diversity In The Best Homes Of The Decade

The shortlist for the Best of the Decade The Living Space are a crucible of what we want, need, and what makes sense to our place.

What Lies Ahead for Learning Spaces

As we adjust to the “new normal”, a dance between digital learning and in-person contact is playing out in the 2020 INDE.Awards’ Learning Space shortlist

From ‘Quantity And Scale’ to ‘Quality And Innovation’: Perspectives on China’s architecture and design

The Chinese development model is undergoing a process of re-examination, says INDE.Awards strategic partner Green-Blue International. The agency’s Founder Feng Gao shares perspectives on China’s architecture and design.

Five reasons to enter the INDE.Awards 2020

The countdown is on! As you get down to business with your INDE.Awards entries, we give you five reasons why your time is being well spent.

INDE.Awards Ambassadors on why regional dialogue matters. Join the conversation and enter now!

There’s no time to waste. Entries for the INDE.Awards 2020 close soon! But just as urgent in this time of rapid change and uncertainty is the ongoing progressiveness of our region’s architects and designers. Mark your contribution through the INDE.Awards 2020.

Have you designed the INDE.Awards’ best workspace of the decade? Mark its impact and enter now!

How have your workplace projects driven commercial design in the Indo-Pacific region? Tell us by entering the INDE.Awards 2020 special category: Best of the Decade | The Work Space, presented by Wilkhahn.

Is your project the INDE.Awards’ best living space of the decade? Enter it now!

Dust off your jpgs. In this milestone year, the INDE.Awards celebrate the lasting impact of our region’s most influential residences with a special award category: Best of the Decade | The Living Space.

Announcing the INDE.Summit: The focal point for regional dialogue in 2020

The INDE.Awards expand their reach and impact this August with a one-day conference in Sydney that will explore how the Indo-Pacific region’s architects and designers are innovating in the face of critical challenges.

The progressive mindset: In conversation with INDE.Awards judge, Luke Yeung

What constitutes ‘progressiveness’ in architecture and design? For Luke Yeung of Thai studio Architectkidd, transcending conventional categorisations and methods is key.

Jury advice for an INDE.Awards entry that hits the spot

Putting together your INDE.Awards entry? We asked the Jury what advice they have for entrants. Put it to good use and hit the mark with your submission!

A warm, personal glow from a Louis Poulsen collectors’ item

The Water Pump, designed by Poul Henningsen in the 1950s, is a classic adjustable floor lamp with the anti-glare ingenuity of the Louis Poulsen PH three-shade system – in warm amber-coloured glass.

The satisfying practicality of Louis Poulsen’s VL Ring Crown

Straddling tradition and modernity, Vilhelm Lauritzen designed the VL Ring Crown light in the 1940s with a keen eye for practicality and beauty. Now Louis Poulsen has re-issued the design classic for contemporary times.

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