INDE.Awards entries are extended to 31 March, to give you just that little bit more time to get your award-worthy submissions in. Here’s everything you need to know.
March 10th, 2022
After another busy start to the year, we are pleased to announce that we’re extending the entry period for the INDE.Awards by three whole weeks – giving you until 31 March to finalise your entry and make your mark on the region’s only architecture and design program that encompasses the entire Indo-Pacific region!
Here are the 5 things you need to enter.
For the last three months, the INDE.Awards have been inundated with entries that not only reflect the diversity and specific challenges of our region, but speak to the exception calibre of design that these conditions facilitate.
We have been impressed by the entries that have come through thus far and look forward to seeing even more exceptional people, projects and products come through in this entries extended period.
Whether you’re and architect, designer, product designer or anything in between, the INDE.Awards offers a chance to position your work against the best in the Indo-Pacific, shining a light on your achievements and accomplishments as we come together as a region to celebrate our individual and industry achievements over the last 12 months.
So get your photography ready and your project details in order, because you’ve got until 31 March to get your entries in!
This is your chance to get your team and your work noticed on the global stage, to celebrate all that you’ve achieved in the last year and reconnect with the wider industry in a night to remember.
Your four entry essential
1. Category List – choose which category you’ll enter
2. Category Criteria – the big picture vision
3. Entry Pricing – scaled entry fees for the entire region
4. Contact us – we’re happy to help
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