Rainy Sydney played host to the INDE.Awards mixer event: an opportunity for the industry to come together and celebrate a 2020 programme unlike any other.
Returning to work and to the office is at last on the agenda and also the topic of much discussion for workers and employers. How to navigate the new normal is the question on everyone’s lips and Herman Miller is here to help.
A curvaceous counter connects customers with their barista at Voids Café, a compact café in River Valley, Singapore, designed by Studio SKLIM.
A ‘curtain sex hotel’ turned on its head, a living jungle of a house which rewrites the typology for carbon-positive living… this year’s The Building category sets a clear and decisive agenda for architecture in 2020 and beyond.
Now is the time to have your voice heard and make a difference by voting for your favourite projects in the People’s Choice award for, Best of the Decade I The Living Space and Best of the Decade I The Work Space. You have until 22 May to make a decision, cast your vote and participate in the 2020 INDE.Awards.
Architect and academic Juan Du has devoted all aspects of her career to the study of urban development in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, and the pursuit of more socially and culturally sustainable outcomes.
Working collectively from Singapore, Bali and Chiang Mai, Goy Architects is nimble in method but deep in consideration – always attuned to opportunities to cross-pollinate ideas, materials and crafts from around Southeast Asia.
Jonathan Richards and Kirsten Stanisich create spaces that align with the human need for wellbeing, that address inclusivity and sustainability, and that make people ‘feel something’.
The town of Corowa in regional New South Wales has proven to be the ideal base for Regional Design Service – an architecture studio that delivers meaningful, sustainable design outcomes and strategies for Australia’s rural and regional communities.
Leading a studio of designers, engineers and makers in Melbourne, Ross Gardam is the author of rigorously considered objects that bring value to people in a noise-filled world.
In this milestone year, the INDEs are looking back at the best homes and workspaces from the past decade. Now it’s time to have your say through People’s Choice voting!
They’ve spent years practicing architecture or design with a consistently bold and fearless approach. They inspire others with their skill, insight and foresight. We are honoured to reveal our Luminaries of 2020.
Indonesia’s spectacularly rich cultural heritage spurs Jakarta-based Rafael Miranti Architects toward sensitive new expressions of tradition. An equal driver is the improvement of building standards and more sustainable, regenerative approaches.
Melbourne’s Flack Studio seeks out conversations – through the interior as art that converses with its audience; through the home as a vehicle that fosters relationships and values; and through direct engagement with the community.
Forward thinking is essential for Herman Miller and it is fitting that as supporters of the INDE.Awards and partner of The Design Studio category the company ‘sees the big picture’ and the universal language of design that connects together the Indo-Pacific region and indeed the world.
They’re young, progressive studios that are forging their own paths around the region. Get to know our Prodigies of 2020 – you’ll be glad you did.
The Chinese development model is undergoing a process of re-examination, says INDE.Awards strategic partner Green-Blue International. The agency’s Founder Feng Gao shares perspectives on China’s architecture and design.
Entry numbers were up by ten per cent this year – a fantastic sign of a resilient regional industry coming together despite the challenges of the day.
Time is almost up. This is your last chance to join the regional conversation. Entries close on Friday night!
It’s been quite the year, and it’s only February. So we’re giving you two more weeks to complete your INDE.Awards 2020 entries. Now that’s good news!
Just as important as accolades is shared knowledge. And there’s plenty to share in the Indo-Pacific region. Don’t wait – submit your INDE entry now and share your story!
The countdown is on! As you get down to business with your INDE.Awards entries, we give you five reasons why your time is being well spent.
There’s no time to waste. Entries for the INDE.Awards 2020 close soon! But just as urgent in this time of rapid change and uncertainty is the ongoing progressiveness of our region’s architects and designers. Mark your contribution through the INDE.Awards 2020.
How have your workplace projects driven commercial design in the Indo-Pacific region? Tell us by entering the INDE.Awards 2020 special category: Best of the Decade | The Work Space, presented by Wilkhahn.
Dust off your jpgs. In this milestone year, the INDE.Awards celebrate the lasting impact of our region’s most influential residences with a special award category: Best of the Decade | The Living Space.
What constitutes ‘progressiveness’ in architecture and design? For Luke Yeung of Thai studio Architectkidd, transcending conventional categorisations and methods is key.
Putting together your INDE.Awards entry? We asked the Jury what advice they have for entrants. Put it to good use and hit the mark with your submission!
Entries are now open for INDE.Awards, the Indo-Pacific’s first and only regional design awards program. Here’s your easy guide to entry.