Relive the best moments and catch up on the awards and winners celebrated at the 2023 INDE.Awards’ night of nights.
An excellent turnout from the design industry and beyond solidified Brisbane Designscape’s continued success among Brisbane’s buzzing design enclave.
Beginnings – First Peoples Architecture presented by the RAA, took place 19th-21st October. Hands-on in its learnings, attendees also gained CPD Points.
Against the stunning backdrop of Marina Bay Sands, guests experienced the brand’s revolutionary 400 series and eco-friendly gastronomic creations by Chef Wu Si Han.
Led by Buchan, the striking concept design for the Australian contribution to Expo 2025 in Osaka has been unveiled.
Geelong Design Week is back and ready to engage the Greater Geelong region in an exciting dialogue of design from 19-29 October. Here are our top program highlights.
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.
Prepare for a cultural awakening in the heart of Australia, as Mparntwe, also known as Alice Springs, prepares to host the 32nd edition of Desert Mob.
Just in case you still need convincing, we’ve got the best reasons to attend all packaged neatly for you below.
‘Designing for a better life’ encapsulates the ways that Zenith conducts best practice when designing and manufacturing products. In conversation with Zenith Design Studio’s creative director Oliver Field, we find out how this plays out in his day-to-day work.
Hosted by Steelcase WorkLife in Sydney, INDESIGN Magazine launched its 90th issue to a tightly packed crowd of long-time friends, supporters and associates. It was an event that welcomed the who’s who of design and highlighted what an awesome design community we have.
How do we learn to work with AI to optimise our work without sacrificing the vital importance humanity and human-centric design plays in design? Join us as we discuss this and more at the annual INDE.Summit!