We take a closer look at 3 stand-out exemplars of carbon neutral design that received kudos on multiple fronts at the 2021 INDE.Awards.
Sensory design has never been so important to the curation of retail and hospitality environments as it is today. Here are 6 design projects that got it right.
The leading design practice takes things up a notch, expanding its footprint, adding new talent to and promoting more from within its teams, in several states.
When two expert craftsmen join forces there can only be one result, fabulous design with a great future.
The INDE.Awards’ Influencer is a force for good within the vast realm of Indo-Pacific design. Each submission is driven by a need to improve people’s lives and often the environment, too.
Those who have received the accolade of Luminary in this category are at the very pinnacle of their career with a portfolio of work that leads by example.
Not much to see here (but plenty to think, feel, hear and smell).
Welcome to the shortlist of The Object, where the ubiquitous becomes impressive, the luxurious is desired and clean, and pared back minimalism highlights function and form.
Making a name for yourself in the world of architecture and design is a daunting prospect to many but not for the four candidates in this year’s The Prodigy category.
The shortlist in The Work Space of this year’s INDE.Awards are definitely the places to be, not just for their function and amenity but for their sheer design brilliance.
As final year architecture students, the group that makes up the shortlist for The Graduate are talented and creative and already making their presence felt in the world of architecture.