There’s no time like the present to finalise your submission for the 2023 INDE.Awards. Take this opportunity to enter the INDEs and make your design voice heard.
March 29th, 2023
Time is running out!
Entries for the 2023 INDE.Awards will close on Thursday 6th April at 11.59pm AEST. So, there is no time to waste to submit that wonderful project or amazing product and showcase the talent of your practice on the local, regional and global stages.
With a multitude of categories that also include new opportunities with The Interior Space, focusing on interior residential design and The Photographer – Commercial and The Photographer – Residential, promoting the incredible work of architecture and design photographers, there are more chances than ever before to give voice to your talent through your design excellence.
The 2023 categories open for entries at the INDE.Awards are:
The Multi-Residential Building
The Living Space
The Social Space
The Retail Space
The Work Space
The Learning Space
The Interior Space
The Health and Wellbeing Space
The Photographer – Commercial
The Photographer – Residential
Or The Object.
Along with the highest honour, to be named Best of the Best, the overall winner from the category winners.
The 2023 INDE.Awards offers you the opportunity to make your mark on the architecture and design community at home and around the region.
There will be no extension, the 6th April is the final day to enter, so now is the time to submit. Don’t miss this chance, enter now!
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