The 2021 INDE.Awards winners have been announced, and each is a testament to the design excellence of the Indo-Pacific!
Autex Acoustics technical development manager sheds light on the nuances of acoustic design for hospitality settings and the dos and don’ts of restaurant acoustics.
You’re invited to our annual celebration of Indo-Pacific architecture and design! Find out more about this year’s INDE.Awards here.
“As true believers of good design, we can’t sit still. We need to get our hands dirty, pushing the limits and testing the boundaries.” Backed by over 30 years of research and design expertise, Autex Acoustics reinvigorates their brand identity in 2021.
In this whitepaper we take a look at how we perceive sound, and the various rating options we use to define acoustic performance.
Consisting of four CPD accredited discussions, the inaugural INDE.Summit is to be held on 5 August 2021 and will cast a discerning light over the notion of civil ‘development’.
Rainy Sydney played host to the INDE.Awards mixer event: an opportunity for the industry to come together and celebrate a 2020 programme unlike any other.
Get your photography ready and your project details in order, because you’ve got until April 1st to enter INDE.Awards 2021!
To learn is to grow and the space in which we develop is paramount. The Learning Space category in the 2021 INDE.Awards provides an opportunity to showcase design in education at its very best.
Designed to super-charge co-working and collaboration, Auckland’s Innovation Precinct extends into building number three, a six-storey purpose-built environment.
What are students’ expectations of academic libraries? This is a question John Wardle Architects tackled when renovating and expanding Monash University’s Caulfield Library.
Denton Corker Marshall (DCM) is well known on the Melbourne and international architectural scene, and it was time for them to have a new home.
How to make a global tech giant with a transient workforce feel at home? Find out with Sydney’s new Microsoft Technology Centre.
The dynamic upgrades ARM Architecture made across two buildings at the University of Adelaide are proof that creating effective learning environments is about more than providing practical outcomes for students.
How, as adults, do you design a hospital from a child’s perspective? That was the challenge given to the team behind Perth Children’s Hospital: JCY Architects and Urban Designers, Cox Architecture and Billard Leece Partnership (BLP), with HKS Inc.
The magical Ningaloo Reef experience in North-West Australia now has added dimension with the opening of a classy visitors centre.
Having reinvented the tradeshow format, we take a look back at the very first FRONT event and what made it so unique.
Chaulk Studio has broken down the walls of traditional closed-off classrooms by creating interconnected and adaptable learning and play spaces for interaction and exploration.
With all this buzz around ‘human focused’ design, architects and designers are having to think far more creatively around how to best integrate ‘responsiveness’ into workplaces – especially if your client is a rapid live news outlet. For New Zealand firm Warren and Mahoney, the design of Television New Zealand’s new Auckland headquarters was driven by their interest in the ‘power of people’ and the translation of their collective behaviours into the built form.
The legal sector has traditionally adhered to a strict workplace hierarchy, with senior staff allotted a private office and entry-level employees assigned to the ‘open-plan’. Designed by Warren and Mahoney, the new head office for New Zealand law firm Russell McVeagh, challenges the antiquated workplace approach with a daring, material-rich agile strategy.
How does the world’s most influential auditing firm self-audit? Designed by Geyer, the new Deloitte Head Quarters in Perth is a stellar case study for self-analysis and designing for the (sometimes opposing) needs of many in a single space.
Workplaces are no longer just singular production hubs, but company showrooms used by and with clients. Designed by Davenport Campbell, the new KPMG headquaters in Barangaroo transforms the brave new world of agile working into a workplace to call home.