Relive the best moments and catch up on the awards and winners celebrated at the 2023 INDE.Awards’ night of nights.
November 28th, 2023
Architecture’s night of nights recently came and went as the 2023 INDE.Awards program concluded with a sumptuous VIP gala at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, where a sparkling Sydney Harbour formed as a backdrop to a night of celebration. INDE shortlisters and alumni gathered in the room and tuned in online for a live broadcast as the honourable mentions and winners for each category were announced.
With so many designers and architects from across the Indo Pacific together in the one room and online, the INDE.Awards was not only a chance to celebrate our winners, but to connect as a regional industry community: an annual opportunity to look at our progress and chart our collective futures as we continue to lead paradigms of architecture and design on the world stage.
Browse the 2023 INDE.Awards winners
If you missed the festivities or wanted to relive the highlights, the good news is that the INDE.Awards (along with the 2023 INDE.Summit) are now available to watch on demand. Simply follow this link and sit back and enjoy the only regional celebration of architecture and design excellence.
You’ll be guided through each of the 17 categories by Indesign’s own Jan Henderson and Alice Blackwood, before each of our category sponsors announces the honourable mention and winner of each category – including the Work Space, the Living Space, the Graduate and the Prodigy.
2023 also marked the introduction of three new categories, the Interior Space, the Photographer (Residential) and the Photographer (Commercial). These new categories extend the frame of reference of the Awards, acknowledging the imperative work of Interior Designers and Photographers in our wider industry.
The awards also celebrated the lifetime contribution to design made by our four luminaries, who have served as stalwarts of their industry from across the Indo Pacific. Congratulations to Ewan McEoin and Simone LeAmon, Jefa Greenaway, Patrick Keane and Wendy Saunders and Vincent de Graaf.
Be sure to celebrate with our Luminaries and all other winners and honourable mentions by catching up on the INDE.Awards 2023 Digital Gala now.
The INDE.Awards would like to thank all our entrants for their support of the Awards, our Jury for maintaining the exceptional standard that defines the program, and all our event partners for their ongoing support of outstanding design across the Indo Pacific.
With thanks to our Platinum Partner Zenith and event partners, Bosch, Gaggenau, MillerKnoll, Capral Aluminium, Colorbond, Autex Acoustics, Technogym, Woven Image, Image Makers Association, Milliken, Kaolin Tiles and K5, and our trophy partner Tilt.
Entries for the 2024 INDE.Awards will open in November 2023.
You can catch up on all INDE.Awards news and winners here.
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