The shortlisted projects in The Living Space category of the 2023 INDE.Awards have been announced and they are all homes that raise the bar on creativity and innovation.
July 14th, 2023
As a group of projects there can be none better than the shortlist of The Living Space category in this year’s INDE.Awards. These projects provide an insight to the way we live and all display outstanding vision by the architects and designers who have crafted them. It’s life at its best through great design that both sustains and enhances those who call these houses their homes.
As supporter of The Living Space category, Gaggenau understands all of this, with its beautifully designed and expertly manufactured products that make life in the kitchen such a pleasure. As the shortlist is the crème de la crème of residential architecture and design in our region, Gaggenau is also a leader of kitchen products that inspire and create as the company innovates now and for the future.
The shortlisted projects this year represent a diverse array of design that is appropriate to site, incorporates the landscape and includes sustainability initiatives. There are farmhouses and small homes, country residences and houses made new again but all contain that essential ingredient when it comes to design, expert resolution.
This year while locations and surroundings may be very different, sustainability is imperative and is a part of every concept as a matter of course. There is resonance with the country in which the homes are located and, whether the home is large or small, each takes resonance from its location to become an exemplar in its own right.
The shortlisted projects that comprise The Living Space category are,
19 Waterloo Street by SJB, Australia
Armidale House by Richards Stanisich, Australia
FLOCKHILL Homestead by Warren and Mahoney, New Zealand/Aotearoa
House by Luke Moloney, Australia
House in Contours by Park + Associates, Thailand
M House by Rama Architects, Australia
Mary Street House by Edition Office, Australia
Northside House by Wellard Architects, Australia
Somers House by Kennedy Nolan Architects, Australia
Studio Elroy by LINTEL Studio for Architecture, Australia
TRIPTYCH by Room 11 Architects, Australia
Wunulla Road by Richards Stanisich, Australia
There are only 12 projects shortlisted from myriad entries received this year and congratulations to each of you as the competition was fierce.
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