Have you entered the INDE.Awards yet? Time is of the essence and we’ve given you 5 pretty good reasons to enter in 2022.
February 21st, 2022
Every year, the INDE.Awards acts as a barometer for our progress as an industry and a region. Over the last six years it’s become a powerful platform for elevating, celebrating and recognising excellence in architecture and design across the globe.
Last year the INDEs attracted entries from over 14 countries spread across the expansive Indo-Pacific region. And as such, it’s become the world’s only awards program to encompass the entire region and uniquely capture its progressive and intuitive design vernacular.
Entries are currently open for the INDE.Awards and we think it’s time to get your amazing work the recognition it deserves! Here are five reason why you should click the Enter Now button, right now.
1. Show what you can do, on the global stage
The INDE.Awards is set apart by its commitment to the Indo-Pacific. As a global programme with local roots, our shortlisters and winners are a testament to the diversity of their geographic, cultural and architectural contexts.
Through the awards, we explore that which brings us together and sets us apart, celebrating the similarities and differences which make our region truly great.
It is this commitment that positions INDE.Awards as the perfect platform for those throughout the region, allowing all entrants to represent their countries on the global stage.
Join judges, ambassadors and a family of alumni who hail from right across the Indo-Pacific, where the shared pursuit of excellence creates a platform for celebrations.
2. Gain valuable global recognition for your work
INDE.Awards offers the chance to tap into a truly regional network of print, digital and content driven media. Through these platforms, we have built an audience for INDE that is global in its reach, taking the best of local design and elevating it across the world.
These networks are extended thanks to our wonderful partners, who tap into their own channels to share the INDE programme further and wider than ever before.
This is brought into a new dimension thanks to our annual Gala event, which is attended by industry leaders from around the world, including our international panel of Jurors. Check out the social pics from last year’s INDE.Awards event.
3. Join the INDE community, establish your name in the alumni
The INDE community is unlike any other. Brought together by our shared passion for architecture and design, the INDE’s brings together designers, architects, industrial designers, career legends and progressive trail blazers in a yearly celebration of excellence.
From entrants, shortlisters, winners, judges, partners and our ever-growing audience of design-aficionados, our community continues to set the standard for industry-wide recognition and celebrations. Interact with people and firms who are at the top of their game and make valuable connections with our partners.
For those lucky few who receive the honour of INDE gold, the INDE alumni community opens up a community bonded by their achievements.
4. Recognise your amazing, talented team
After 18 months of hard work and dedication, what better way to recognise and celebrate your team than taking home INDE gold?
Pay homage to the projects that defined your 2021 and put your team up in lights with some of our industry’s best, examining and showcasing their work through the shortlisting process.
Be the best in your field and take to the stage as you accept the coveted INDE.Awards trophy for your category.
5. Boost your profile
Winning an INDE.Award is a lasting legacy for any firm. Here’s a great example from our 2020 program!
Stepping onto the INDE stage brings a unique opportunity to get your project noticed across the globe, elevating your story, your team and your work to an audience of thousands.
Don’t miss your opportunity to get noticed like never before, as all the eyes in the region turn to you.
Entries to the 2022 INDE.Awards close on 10/03/2022 at 23:59 AEDT. Entries can be started, submitted and modified here and should be entered according to the awards’ category criteria.
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