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.
Originally shortlisted for their Faradays project in the INDE.Awards Retail Space, we chatted with Cheshire Architects’ lead project designers about a love for architecture and what makes them unique in New Zealand/Aotearoa.
Leading by design excellence, the winner of The Health and Wellbeing Space category at the 2022 INDE.Awards is a project that helps serve the rural community in which it is located.
In tribute to their incredible talent, body of work and inspirational professional journeys, four industry leaders have been honoured as our luminaries in the 2022 INDE.Awards.
This trio of architects based in China, is making international waves with its particular ideas of architecture that puts people and the natural environment front and centre. No wonder they were named The Prodigy in 2022.
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.
From a shortlist of outstanding objects in this year’s INDE.Awards, the winner of The Object category ticks all the boxes and then some.
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 calibre of projects entered into The Living Space in the 2022 INDE.Awards was not only exciting but inspiring and receiving the top honour for best in category is indeed recognition of design at its best.
Situated near a river and designed as a gathering place for people to meet and contemplate life, Wood Pavilion #1 has been named The Social Space of 2022.
Designed by LIMINAL Architecture with WOHA, The Hedberg in Tasmania sets the scene for a new way to educate. Welcome to the winner of The Learning Space, INDE.Awards 2022.