The shortlisted projects in The Building category at the 2023 INDE.Awards showcase the best of architecture and design and highlight the incredible breadth of talent that resides within our region.
July 1st, 2023
The shortlist that comprises The Building category this year are a disparate group of outstanding architectural projects. From civic and institutional projects through to residences, a Viewing Shelter and even a Surf Life Saving Club, the projects speak for themselves when it comes to excellent form, function, sustainability and aesthetics.
As the most notable buildings located in the Indo-Pacific, the shortlisted projects in The Building category are sympathetic to place, reflect the culture of the country and the aspirations of the client. While great architecture and design is of course evident, it is sustainability on myriad levels that unifies these projects.
As supporter of The Building, Kaolin exemplifies the ideals of this category with sustainability key to its business and product offerings. Providing tiles that are sustainable, aesthetically pleasing and best practice in design, Kaolin is ensuring that the future is in safe hands. As are all 12 of the practitioners within the shortlist.
The 12 shortlisted projects in The Building category for the 2023 INDE.Awards are,
Delatite Cellar Door by Lucy Clemenger Architects, Australia
Dove Lake Viewing Shelter by Cumulus Studio, Australia
Fitzroy Bridge House by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design, Australia
Hong Kong Palace Museum by Rocco Design Architects Associates, Hong Kong
House in Contours by Park + Associates, Thailand
Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Club and Amenities Facility by Warren and Mahoney, Australia
Off Grid House by Archier, Australia
Poly Centre 210 George Street by Grimshaw, Australia
St Martins Lane by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design, in collaboration with Kestie Lane Studio, Australia
Thomas Dixon Centre by Conrad Gargett, Australia
University of Queensland Cricket Club Maintenance Shed by Lineburg Wang, in collaboration with Steve Hunt Architect, Australia
Wurriki Nyal Civic Precinct by Cox Architecture, Australia
As a shortlist this is a formidable group that represents the diversity of excellent architecture and design in the region. This is architecture that has been created to enhance life, study, work and play. With new builds and adaptive reuse projects in the mix, there is every design perspective and each project makes its mark in the landscape.
Congratulations to the shortlisted in The Building category for the 2023 INDE.Awards. You are making your presence felt far and wide through design that matters to people and place.
Winners of the 2023 INDE.Awards will be announced on 10 August 2023 at the INDE.Awards Gala in Sydney and broadcast online around the globe.
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