The 2024 INDE.Awards jury members will adjudicate on entries in their particular field of expertise and bring their experience to the table.
Set by a tranquil lake in China, this hotel by WJ Studio aims to transport the guest away from the stresses of modern city life.
As winner of the inaugural The Photographer – Commercial category, England tells a visual story that needs no words.
After three days of crits, talks and presentations, the full winners of the 2023 World Architecture Festival have been announced.
Now in its eighth year, the 2024 INDE.Awards is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary talent that resides within our region.
Relive the best moments and catch up on the awards and winners celebrated at the 2023 INDE.Awards’ night of nights.
Leading the crusade for sustainable architecture and design, Made In Earth Collective makes architecture in a geographical and cultural context that is closer to people with the ability to sustain ecosystems.
Inspired by a forest of stone, and created as a place to showcase the iconic Italian furniture brand Zanotta, this retail space is unconstrained in its vision of what a new-age shopping experience should be.
Reinvigorating its local Angsila economy, this pavilion in Thailand becomes a floating restaurant where fishermen and visitors can select and eat their own oysters. No wonder it won The Influencer award at INDE.Awards!
Integral to architecture and design is capturing the finished project through the lens and the expert eye of the photographer. In a new series, The Photographers, we present those whose professional life involves exactly that.
It’s like looking into a giant eye: Laizhou Bar has been assembled using 6000 pieces of wood from discarded whisky barrels. The whole experience of this whisky bar has won it an INDE.Award in 2023.