Relive the best moments and catch up on the awards and winners celebrated at the 2023 INDE.Awards’ night of nights.
The Graduate category this year showcased the abundant talent that resides at architecture schools within our Indo-Pacific region, and this year’s winner addresses an area that is on everyone’s mind, the environment.
University of Tasmania’s Sam Hodgens took home The Graduate award at INDE.Awards this year. His winning entry addresses an area that is on everyone’s mind: the environment.
The 2023 INDE.Summit was a success – relive all the action and deepen your regional focus by catching up on what you missed.
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It’s time to start thinking about your INDE.Awards 2023 entries. And we have big news – there’s a whole new category and a stellar jury lineup. Get ready for the INDE.Awards’ biggest year yet.
An abundance of up-and-coming architectural talent resides in the Indo-Pacific region, and this year, two winners have been recognised in the very special The Graduate category.
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The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.
2022 INDE.Awards showcased exception innovation and creativity with sustainability initiatives integral to all design.