The program and speaker line-up for INDE.Summit has been announced. Block out Wednesday August 3rd and book your tickets. Find the full program is here.
July 5th, 2022
The inaugural INDE.Summit was a highlight of 2021, bringing together a unique line-up of architects, designers, academics and more for a full day of virtual seminars and discussions. Taking a regional focus, the Summit took on the most topical conversations facing the design industry and distilled it into seminars that presented exclusive insights from some of the learning names in the industry.
After such a successful launch year, we are excited to announce the return of the INDE.Summit on Wednesday August 3rd 2022, with an expanded line-up that promises to deliver on knowledge, inspiration, and education.
This year, the Summit will be held virtually on its own day, with a schedule that kicks off from 9:00am AEST with a keynote address from Davina Jackson. From there the lineup features talks on Designing for Land and Country, Workplace, Residential Design and Future Cities and Utopias, before finishing with an exclusive fireside chat between Program Director Jan Henderson and Snøhetta’s Kaare Krokene.
9:00am: Welcome Address (Jan Henderson, Alice Blackwood)
9:15am: Keynote Address (Davina Jackson)
9:50am: Knowledge Keepers and Custodians: Designing for Land and Country (Dr. Albert L. Refiti, T’iafelelea’i Carinnya Feaunati, Elisapeta Heta, Samantha Rich)
11:30am: Finding Connectivity: A new Dawn for the Workplace (James Calder, Laurie Aznavoorian, Sarah Bader, Pablo Albani, Abin Chaudhuri)
1:15pm: Design that Sustains us: Radical Ideas for Housing (Jefa Greenaway, Joachim Quino Holland, Adam Haddow)
3:00pm: Future Cities & Utopias (Dr. Nicole Lesley Gardner, Chan Ee Mun, Jade Kake, Florian Heinzelmann)
4:45pm: Jan Henderson in Conversation with Snøhetta (Jan Henderson, Kaare Krokene).
The INDE.Summit on 3 August is proudly presented by the 2022 INDE Partners: Zenith, Autex Acoustics, Bosch, Colorbond, Gaggenau, Herman Miller, Milliken, Neolith, Porter’s Paints, Steelcase and Woven Image.
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