The Work Space is one of the most tightly contested categories in the INDE.Awards. Which is why Russell & George’s self-designed North Melbourne studio was such a worthy winner in 2019.
A night to celebrate and honour the best in architecture and design in APAC. Here’s what went down at this premier design awards…
The day has arrived… the INDE.Awards 2019 Gala. The winners have been revealed in a glamorous affair at Melbourne Museum, here we showcase them all.
As the year comes to a close, the editorial team reflects on this year’s INDE.Awards, selecting some projects that deserve another round in the spotlight.
CSIRO’s Synergy building entices scientists out of their labs and into open, collaborative spaces. It was an ambitious proposition from the architects, BVN, but in making the hypothetical a reality the team has created a workplace that is nothing short of award-winning having taken out The Work Space category at the 2018 INDE.Awards.
Workspaces are continuing to evolve. What is driving this evolution, and can proper furniture specification alleviate this period of change?
We’re definitely at the forefront of workplace transformation, but throughout Asia Pacific the workplace revolution is coming full force. We chat to CBS about the changing face of work in our region.
Global design fairs usually occupy dull exhibition halls, where besuited visitors trudge down rows of same-same stands. SO. BORING. This is why every year at Sydney Indesign, we turned things up a notch at The Venue: one location with one enormous lineup! And it was truly stellar…
Sydney Indesign sees Colebrook Bosson Saunders bring three new products to the market. Ollin, Lolly and Tabetha.
Ollin, from CBS is a dynamic monitor arm designed to react to the modern technological advances of office life.
TCW reopened its doors for the first time since the completion of its newly expanded Sydney showroom and welcomed more than 800 visitors from Australia’s architect and design community for three days of new products, events, and art installations.