The 2023 INDE.Awards winners have been announced at a gala hosted by the Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney. Discover the outstanding projects, people and products that reflect the diversity of the Indo-Pacific.
What happens when rational, Modernist architecture puts down roots in a lush, tropical setting? Concrete Jungle, a new book by gestalten, explores locations across Asia and the world to find some of the most visionary residential adaptations of an international style to distinct local settings.
Situated in the dead centre of the hippest part of town, adidas Seoul is challenging how a fashion name sits within an established street scene. Various Associates has refocused street attention on the store’s second level with a facade that juts out.
Delve into a transformative journey from a porcelain house in the heart of the West Bund, Shanghai, to LOAM cafe&bar. STUDIO8 has cultivated a blend of openness and privacy while paying homage to the original structure and its surroundings.
Hiroshi Nakamura is doing some of the most interesting work on the contemporary Japanese architectural scene. From residential to retail and urban to rural, his practice is one to keep an eye on for observers in Australia and elsewhere. Timothy Alouani-Roby visited the Tokyo studio to find out more.
INDESIGN Luminary, Patrick Keane, dovetails artisanal crafts with digital fabrication to produce sustainable projects at a substantial scale. We republish a recent piece from INDESIGN Magazine.
From concrete Tokyo to Brutalist Sydney, Blue Crow Media provides a way into new cities — or perhaps a closer look at familiar ones — for the architectural connoisseur, especially those with a keen interest in the twentieth century history.
SJK Architects is an award-winning practice based in Mumbai. For this project, however, the focus is in Chennai, where Boat Club Apartments combine a sense of communal living with privacy and independence.