It’s time to start thinking about your INDE.Awards 2023 entries. And we have big news – there’s a whole new category and a stellar jury lineup. Get ready for the INDE.Awards’ biggest year yet.
November 29th, 2022
Entering its seventh year, the INDE.Awards remain the Indo-Pacific’s largest architecture and design award program, which is dedicated to celebrating the diverse talent of our wider region. Since its inception, the program has dedicated itself to acknowledging outstanding design outcomes, with a focus on progressive and innovative approaches to the architecture space. Over the years, the awards have recognised some of the industry’s most well-known names, and promoted the success of smaller studios and rising stars, playing an influential role in the future of the design space and the recognition of Indo-Pacific design on a global stage.
Winner of the 2022 Health & Wellbeing Space, Yarram Integrated Healthcare Centre. Photography By: John Gollings AM.
This regional focus is integral to the INDE ethos, it looks beyond our immediate design vernaculars and establishes a wider dialogue with countries across the Indo-Pacific. The INDE.Awards recognises that new typologies are born out of different contexts, landscapes, communities and approaches and that the strength of our industry is bolstered by the comparison and differentiation of a truly diverse pool of entries.
2023 INDE.Awards Entries Open
For 2023, the program returns, with entries officially open. Building on a legacy of inclusivity and regionality, the program once again welcomes entrants from across the Indo-Pacific to enter categories ranging from commercial, residential, retail, healthcare and product design. This year, the awards introduces a new category, The Interior Space, which will recognise excellent interior outcomes for residential spaces. The jury will look for entrants who have enhanced life through design, where the project has a clear narrative and demonstrates originality and creativity.
Entries are now open, with the portal ready to accept new and existing entries until the closing date of Thursday March 16th at 11:59pm AEDT.
Reflecting the diversity of the entrant pool is the jury list for the INDE.Awards, which brings together some of the industry’s most prominent talents. Canvassing multiple typologies and numerous countries, the 2023 Jury is selected for their ability to identify talent and award originality, where the unique context of each entrant is considered and winners are recognised for their ability to deliver design that serves people, place and time.
The 2023 Jury includes returning judges Sarah Bader (Gensler), Shashi Caan (SC Collective), James Calder (ERA-Co), Judy Cheung (Cheungvogl), Chan Ee Mun (WOHA), Tiana-Jane Furner (BVN), Leone Lorrimer (GHDWoodHead), Raj Nandan (Indesign Media Asia Pacific), Whare Timu (Warren & Mahoney), David Teh (Pakatan Reka Arkitek) and Luke Yeung (Architectkidd). With an ever-growing program, new judges are continuously brought into the mix, with the INDE.Awards excited to welcome a new suite of jury members, including Lee Broom (Lee Broom), Thien Duong (GroupGSA), Colin Seah (Ministry of Design), Apoorva Shroff (lyth design) and past Indesign Luminary Khai Liew (Khai Liew).
The 2023 INDE.Awards and INDE.Summit are proudly presented by a suite of partners, who further the INDE mission of regional design excellence through their presence and commitment to outstanding product design throughout the Indo Pacific. The 2023 partners include Platinum Partner Zenith and category partners Bosch, Colorbond, Gaggenau, MillerKnoll and Woven Image.
To enquire about category partnership, email email@example.com.
Entries for the 2023 INDE.Awards will be open until Thursday March 16th at 11:59pm AEDT. Winners will be announced at a gala event in August 2023, to be held in Sydney, Australia and broadcast live across the region.
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