Entries for the 2017 INDE Awards close in t-minus 6-days, so you’d better get cracking!
February 10th, 2017
Ok, so you’ve been busy. Totally get it. But if you want the fame and glory, you’ve only got 6 days to go!
Not sure what to enter? Here’s a little guide to help:
The Building = best building design
The Design Studio = best firm, practice or studio
The Work Space = best workplace design
The Living Space = best residential design
The Social Space = best retail and/or hospitality design
The Object = best product, furniture and industrial design
The Influencer = best product, project or person that best reps Asia Pac
Launch Pad = best emerging designer / design
Not keen on entering? No probs! You can still be part of the INDE Awards by casting your vote for The Prodigy and The Luminary – nominees below:
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