Missed the entry window for the INDE.Awards? Fear not! Entries extended until April 6.
March 16th, 2023
Over at INDE.Awards HQ, the team is hard at work reviewing entries from right across the Indo-Pacific. From Melbourne to Mumbai, the 2023 awards have attracted submissions from some of the region’s best talent, all vying to take home that coveted INDE gold. Now in its 7th annual iteration, the INDE’s is the only program of its kind, celebrating excellence in architecture and design at the regional level.
With such a unique opportunity to be acknowledged on the world stage, we know that architects, designers and photographers are all vying to be included and have their work measured against their regional peers by a jury of industry greats. That’s why we’re excited to launch an extension to the submission period, meaning you have three more weeks to finalise your submission and submit your entry.
So it’s official – 2023 INDE.Awards entries are extended until 6 April.
Your INDE.Awards Toolkit
Get your photography finalised and your project notes in order, and jump onto the awards portal to make sure your work can be counted. Entries are open to projects, products and people from right across the Indo-Pacific, with work to have been completed between 17 September 2021 – 21 February 2023.
This year’s program welcomes submissions in the following categories: The Building, The Multi-Residential Building, The Living Space, The Work Space, The Social Space, The Retail Space, The Learning Space, The Health & Wellbeing Space, The Influencer and The Object. Nominations are also available for The Graduate.
2023 will also see the introduction of three new categories which look to further expand the frame of reference for exceptional design. For the first time, interior designers and photographers will also be formally acknowledged on the region’s stage, with categories The Interior Space, The Photographer (Commercial) and the Photographer (Residential).
With three weeks until entries close, this is your final chance to enter the 2023 INDE.Awards and join an alumni that includes the likes of Woods Bagot, Smart Design Studio, Breathe, Warren and Mahoney, WOHA, John Wardle, IBUKU and Russell & George.
So what are you waiting for? Enter now before 6 April and make your mark.
Want your chance to be recognised on the global stage? Entries for the 2023 INDE.Awards have been extended until 11:59pm AEDT on Thursday 6 April. The shortlist for the 2023 INDE.Awards will be announced on June 15 with winners to be announced in August. Enter now!
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