High or low, separate or together, multi-generational living or town houses, The Multi-Residential Building at the 2023 INDE.Awards has architecture and design for everyone and showcases how lives can be enhanced by great design.
June 21st, 2023
As a category, The Multi-Residential Building has grown from strength to strength over the past years of the INDE.Awards. In 2023, the 12 projects that are shortlisted have it all – great architecture and design, sustainability initiatives, social currency or simply put, better ways that we can all live together.
While the projects are varied in style and concept, they all comprise excellent amenity, complement and, in many cases, incorporate the surrounding landscape, provide health and wellbeing facilities, all within the fundamentals of sustainability.
As supporter of The Multi-Residential Building category, Bosch is also a leader of design, conceiving and manufacturing products for the kitchen and laundry that are sustainable, innovative and highly functional – all the attributes that make this company a leader. With products that set the bar high for design and performance, Bosch is at the forefront of creativity and reflects the work of the architects and designers of the shortlisted projects in The Multi-Residential Building category.
Whether luxuriously bespoke or considered social engagement enterprises, each of the shortlisted in The Multi-Residential Building is indicative of an architects’ multi-layered, forward thinking and resolved approach to designing for the collective.
The shortlisted projects in The Multi-Residential Building are,
388 Barkly Street by DREAMER with Breathe Architecture, Australia
835 High Street by Carr, Australia
Artistry Collective / Auburn Road by Aych Architects, Australia
Fenwick by Edition Office, Australia
Ferrars & York, HIP V. HYPE in collaboration with Six Degrees Architects, Australia
LIV Munroe by Bates Smart, Australia
Nightingale Village by Architecture architecture, Austin Maynard Architects, Breathe, Clare Cousins Architects, Hayball, Kennedy Nolan
Provenance Camberwell by Elenberg Fraser, Australia
Rondure House by Cera Stribley in collaboration with Tom Dixon Design Research Studio, Australia
Small Houses by Bloom architecture, Cambodia
The Crossing by CHROFI with de Rome Architects and Dezignteam, Australia
The Harrington Collection by fjcstudio (formerly fjmtstudio)
As a group of projects, the shortlisted in The Multi-Residential Building category are simply the best that the region has to offer. Congratulations to all, these buildings are the templates for living together and living well, as architecture leads us to a better future.
Winners for 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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