Once the domain of the ‘starchitect’, architecture has become a much more inclusive and accessible practice, with people like SJB director Adam Haddow leading the way.
As an architecture practice, HAS design and research is leading the way, creating inspirational projects with ingenuity and originality. They are projects that always amaze and The Glade Bookstore in downtown Chongqing is no exception.
The Living Space category at the 2023 INDE.Awards showcases homes that are innovative, multi-detailed and beautifully resolved. This category affords the chance to explore what makes a house a perfect home and sets the bar high for residential design right across the Indo-Pacific region.
Get familiar with the contingent of the INDE.Awards jury hailing from down under!
Entries for INDE.Awards 2023 are now open. There are a million great reasons to enter your studio and your project work into awards programs, but when it comes to the INDE.Awards we can sum it up in 5.
In 2023 the INDE.Awards is joined by an exemplary group of architects and designers who form the official INDE.Awards Jury. We introduce you to your Jury for 2023.
Set up by university friends, the Adelaide-based studio has grown to be a multifaceted, collaborative and artistic practice. We find out what makes them tick.
The ‘Education Outlook’ issue of Indesign magazine is now on sale! Explore new landscapes for learning, and read our top 10 education design articles.
Innovation, creativity and sustainability are the touch points for living well. Nightingale Ballarat by Breathe shows us what it takes to be name The Multi-Residential Building of 2022.
The crowning award at the 2022 INDE.Awards is The Best of the Best and, drum roll please, this year’s winner has been designed for place and culture and to bring a community together.
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.