Taking place Wednesday 9 August online, this FREE digital all-day summit is the perfect way to top up your knowledge with cutting-edge regional content and ideas.
May 30th, 2023
The INDE.Awards, as a program, is entirely unique. Its position as a regional purveyor of design sets it apart from national programs, as its spotlight elevates beyond any one country’s position, instead creating a catchment that extends throughout the Indo Pacific. And yet – what is regional design, and how does that geographic grouping influence the way we should be thinking and framing our work as industry professionals?
That question lies at the core of the INDE.Summit, a free, full day conference taking place Wednesday 9 August. Back for its third year, the Summit transforms the INDEs into a holistic event, providing the knowledge that powers the awards, and bringing a regional perspective to conversations around design and architecture.
This year’s instalment will take place on Wednesday 9 August and will run as a digital event, ensuring everyone from right across the region is able to join and participate. Throughout a full day of content, industry leaders and trailblazers will come together to discuss topics ranging from workplace and education, to residential design and activism in architecture. You’ll hear from the Indo Pacific’s leading minds, meaning each conversation will bring varied experiences and perspectives, reflecting the diversity inherent in our region.
The 2023 INDE.Summit theme is The Future is Here, which will look to capture the unique schism of the design world, as it exists in an environment which is accelerating towards the future and grappling with questions around sustainability, economics, equality and the human experience. What role does design take in these questions and how does it provide solutions toward change?
Best of all, the 2023 INDE.Summit is entirely free, meaning you can get your fix of design inspiration and engaging discussion all without spending a cent.
View the session titles below and reserve your free ticket now.
2023 INDE.Summit Program
The Future is Here
10:20 AM AEST
Education and more – Shifts in institutional architecture
11:20 AM AEST
Education and more – Best Practice Design for the Education and Institution Sectors, What’s New?
12:00 PM AEST
Workplace – Architecture for a hybrid workforce
1:00 PM AEST
Workplace – The office, the home and everything in between
1:45 PM AEST
Housing – Community and connecting in places we live
2:45 PM AEST
Housing – How we live and how can we make it better?
3:30 PM AEST
Sustainability – Architecture, activism and culture
4:30 PM AEST
Sustainability – What’s On The Horizon And How Do We Sustain The Environment For The Future?
The 2023 INDE.Summit is a digital event that will be held on Wednesday 9 August. Tickets are free and can be reserved here. The Summit will be followed by the seventh annual INDE.Awards, which will be held on the evening of 10 August in Sydney and live streamed globally.
Register here for your live-streamed digital Gala ticket.
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